The Sea Has Spoken
By R. Blair Sands
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Published: Nov. 29, 2012
Words: 25,694 (approximate)
In trying to cross the ocean, in what was expected to be good weather, John's sailing boat is attacked by a super storm that came out of nowhere.
John battles the sea for many hours before the now off-course boat's rudder it broken off by underwater rocks. Finally the boat is impaled on a large rock outcropping,using the emergency raft, John makes it to shore, only to be met by constant problems, both in the form of a unfriendly woman, and by the elements and trying to stay alive.
After a series of trials, technology finally comes to his rescue just in time.
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