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  • 9781511827430 1511827432
  • 148 pages
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The Crossing (The Mad Ones)
Without a plan, Tallahassee Haywood arrives in Antigua on a cheap-flight whim and a need to escape the ordinary. Without the chance to argue, he quickly falls prey to a myriad of exploits, the shack he lives in barely providing a roof over his head as he works the docks of English Harbour, a deckhand for the filthy rich and a regular at filthy bars. Surrounded by money and booze and corrupted everything's, Tallahassee starts to realise his own way, his wants and wishes, his morals and integrities and deep disdains, his character suddenly shaped by adventure and greed, and the despicable secret of Antigua. Not sure where he's headed, the chance to take on The Crossing arises from the most unlikely of places, and with it the rush of the unknown. It's the adventure that can churn out anything from peace to peril, Tallahassee forced into the life of a shellback as the white fangs of the big blue carve out men, his want to escape the norm twisting into the unexpected, a mad, mad journey, a kismet for the ones mad to live. "Fantastic! It's Kerouac but on the water. Even if you only feel slightly mad to live, this book could make you do something about it. Another great book from this very talented writer." Mike Harrington
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Jules Sheridan

A great tale - one feels compelled to read this properly - no skimming and slipping through the pages with this book. Join the adventures - this will not be the one and only journey I am certain...

Mike Harrington

"Fantastic! It's Kerouac but On the Water. Even if you only feel slightly mad to live, this book could make you do something about it. Another great book from this very talented writer."

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Paperback Book Details
  • 9781511827430 1511827432
  • 148 pages
  • $4.99

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