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Threading the Currents: A Paddler's Passion for Water (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – ago 1998


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A book of glistening eloquence 5 aprile 1999
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Among his Baby Boomer contemporaries, Al Kesselheim has distinguished himself as a gifted observer of the natural world, and an expert in reading the nuances of water, (both physically and metaphorically).While his previous books involve single nautical adventures, here he takes us on several. Not all of them, of course, involve life-changing encounters but each has meaning, meaning especially insightful for those of us whotoo often are bound to our offices and daydream of stealing away more time outdoors. Kesselheim'swriting is like the lakes and rivers he navigates--full of strong undercurrents that liehidden just beneath the surface of his narratives; pools and eddies colored with humility and reflection; big, sweeping landscapes that form an intriguing emotional backdrop. Threading the Currents is a fine read.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
A book of glistening eloquence 5 aprile 1999
Di Un cliente - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida
Among his Baby Boomer contemporaries, Al Kesselheim has distinguished himself as a gifted observer of the natural world, and an expert in reading the nuances of water, (both physically and metaphorically).While his previous books involve single nautical adventures, here he takes us on several. Not all of them, of course, involve life-changing encounters but each has meaning, meaning especially insightful for those of us whotoo often are bound to our offices and daydream of stealing away more time outdoors. Kesselheim'swriting is like the lakes and rivers he navigates--full of strong undercurrents that liehidden just beneath the surface of his narratives; pools and eddies colored with humility and reflection; big, sweeping landscapes that form an intriguing emotional backdrop. Threading the Currents is a fine read.

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