The Spirt of Surfing

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Logan Reed is18 years old, 5’11’’ tall with jet black hair cut tight around his head, long on top and brown eyes with a handsome face. He hated losing and would go to any lengths to be the best but surfing was the one thing he hated. Clay Norton was a top Australian surfer and he finds Logan and helps him to surf, the problem is that Clay doesn’t turn out to be the man Logan thinks he is. More

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About George G George

Born Gary Richard Hagger in the East End of London in 1958 and having a standard school education, he left school and completed a three year apprenticeship in bricklaying, after which he joined the British Army, spending three years in the Royal Green Jackets 2nd Battalion, serving with Andy McNab in Armagh, Northern Ireland in 1979.
After serving his time, Gary went back to bricklaying and then started running his own small company, leaving in 2000 to become a site agent for various companies, in that time he designed and built his own skis and bindings why? "simple I could not buy what I wanted so I designed and built them myself and still use them today" and at the age of 54 he retired and started writing.

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Hurst1966 reviewed on April 15, 2018

I’m sure I have done somethings really dopey as a kid, to get the attention of a girl. A good feeling book and the twist at the end beat me, I didn’t see that one coming.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
kirkrenn reviewed on July 17, 2017

when winning isn't everything...You can still win.
That's what I got from this story, and the fact that it's very plausible is wonderful. A good read with a happy surprising ending, what more can I ask for?
(reviewed the day of purchase)
shrating reviewed on July 21, 2016

A nice effort by the author to tell a story about overcoming hardship in life, going someplace fun and having a special time. It could have moved along a little faster, there were a lot of action that just seemed to be moving the characters from one scene to the next.
(review of free book)
Malcolm Torres reviewed on Feb. 10, 2016

I really like stories about young people who face personal challenges in their life and they find the answer to their problems in the ocean. It can be sailing, surfing scuba diving, fishing or messing around in boats. One thing I really like, because it relates to my person experience, is finding the answer to life's problems through sports and especially surfing. I'm giving this one 5-star for sure. I think there are many great stories out there about surfers and I really appreciate the effort the author made while writing this story.
(review of free book)
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