[E–pub] (Under the Eye of the Storm) AUTHOR John Hersey

Ill they continue to be who they were Or Will They Sense And will they sense and that they can have a new perception This is another excellent John Hersey book the writing is interesting especially as this is written about waters I know around the Vineyard and Block Island good command of this is written about waters I know around the Vineyard and Block Island good command of terms and situation on a classic old wooden boat with good escriptions of the storm and the behaviour of th This was a challenging read There were a lot of nautical terms used and the plot A Wish Your Heart Makes dragged in places The pacing was perfect for the story line I recommended this for the first read of a new book club I started and was nervous about the selection as I read I read A Bell for Adano and Hiroshima both by John Hersey and thought we should give this book a go I am glad I read it but not sure I would have finished it if I were not part of the book clubThis book was of a character study than a rich plot read The authorid a great job introducing and eveloping the characters I must say though that I was saddened to have to say goodbye to the characters at the end of the book That I guess *is a good sign of an enjoyable readAll told I would recommend the book It is a *a good sign of an enjoyable readAll told I would recommend the book It is a thought provoking rea. To see everything in terms of programming potential even the mystiue of sail which is heresy to the fussy meticulous Medl. Under the Eye of the StormI loved the book Great adventure Keep interested to the end I would recommend this book Read this in the 1970s while summering on Block Island One of my favorite BI based novels It was like Couples meets the Perfect Storm Heavily nautical sailors likely to enjoy than I id Under the Eye of the Storm is another impressive book by John Hersey He never writes the same thing and rarely in the same style but he always writes with purpose While not always stylish it is careful precise writingI have a feeling he chooses each word and each sentence with care and then builds a whole paragraph with intentUnder the Eye of the Storm is a a psychological story about two couples in a sailboat intending to spend a short vacation together ON THE WATER CRUISING THE NEW ENGLAND ATLANTIC DR the water cruising the New England Atlantic Dr Medlar owns the boat Harmony and he loves her loves the routine of keeping her ship shape pours his soul into her upkeep maybe to the Loves Abuse Warrior Camp detriment of his wife AudreyJoining them are Flicker and Dot Hamden who Tomoes not really like too much for long periods But away on Harmony they go with initial tensions easing as the journey begins We see things from Tom s eyes knowing his feelings About What. Two what. Two couples aboard a small boat are besieged by a hurricane The owner Dr Tom Medlar a liver specialist isenchant.

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Is going on on Harmony and the while the tensions of the other three continue to ease Tom s increases as he suspects an affair between Audrey and Flicker And then the storm hits A hurricane that was supposed to go out to sea comes towards the coastThey tie up in a good place in a harbor prepared to ride it out but the storm s coastThey tie up in a good place in a harbor prepared to ride it out but the storm s causes a fishing shack on shore to get tangled in the anchor line and they have to cut loose or go under and they must now ride out the storm in open waterBut this could be a story about a wagon crosses the prairie in the past or a spaceship in eep spaceit is about how these people act in a crisis and how they view things during uress in relative isolation with only each other to react to It duress in relative isolation with only each other to react to It also somewhat existential because it really asks If I perceive it such oes that make it so or can there be other truthsHersey knows sailing no Making Me Crazy (Multicultural Romance Series: NHL Billionaire Meets African American Beauty Book 1) doubt and you feel he is accurate in every term he uses but he is even accurate in how heescribes these four people how is shows their psychological states None of the characters are completely noble nor are any really bad people they are real with faults common to many of us But caught in the maelstrom Ed with his healing art has weekend guests with him on the Harmony Flicker Hamden a crack computer think man is inclined.