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For Thousands of years, men and women have been mesmerized by the call of the sea. Regardless of the dangers inherent, humanity can feel the adventure that is pregnant in the salt air at the water's edge. This book is a collection of 20 fiction and non-fiction works that exhibit the call of the sea in its most powerful, entertaining, thrilling, enlightening, and horrifying For Thousands of years, men and women have been mesmerized by the call of the sea. Regardless of the dangers inherent, humanity can feel the adventure that is pregnant in the salt air at the water's edge. This book is a collection of 20 fiction and non-fiction works that exhibit the call of the sea in its most powerful, entertaining, thrilling, enlightening, and horrifying forms. Included with this e-book are numerous works of art depicting the majesty of the sea, as well as our attempts at traversing it. Also included are free audiobook links (where available). Whether you are landlocked in the mountains or on a Caribbean vacation, these books will transport you to other times and places where you can see through the eyes of those living out oceanic adventures. Remember the feeling of wonder the first time you saw the grandeur of the ocean with "Call Of The Sea - 20 Classic Stories That Draw Us To The Ocean's Majesty". The Books are: Captain Blood - Rafael Sabatini (1922) Captains Courageous - Rudyard Kipling (1897) Futility, or The Wreck of the Titan - Morgan Robertson (1898) Journals of James Cook (1768-1775) Moby-Dick; or, The Whale - Herman Melville (1851) Mutiny on the Bounty - William Bligh (1790) Sailing Alone Around the World - Joshua Slocum (1900) Shipwreck of the Whaleship Essex - Owen Chase (1821) South - Ernest Shackleton (1819) The Odyssey - Homer (850 B.C.) The Open Boat - Stephen Crane (1897) The Red Rover - James Fenimore Cooper (1827) The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1798) The Sea Hawk - Rafael Sabatini (1915) The Sea Wolf - Jack London (1904) Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - Jules Verne(1870) Two Years Before the Mast - Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1840) Treasure Island - Robert Louis Stevenson (1883) The Voyage of the Beagle - Charles Darwin (1839) Wolves of the Sea - Randall Parrish (1918)


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For Thousands of years, men and women have been mesmerized by the call of the sea. Regardless of the dangers inherent, humanity can feel the adventure that is pregnant in the salt air at the water's edge. This book is a collection of 20 fiction and non-fiction works that exhibit the call of the sea in its most powerful, entertaining, thrilling, enlightening, and horrifying For Thousands of years, men and women have been mesmerized by the call of the sea. Regardless of the dangers inherent, humanity can feel the adventure that is pregnant in the salt air at the water's edge. This book is a collection of 20 fiction and non-fiction works that exhibit the call of the sea in its most powerful, entertaining, thrilling, enlightening, and horrifying forms. Included with this e-book are numerous works of art depicting the majesty of the sea, as well as our attempts at traversing it. Also included are free audiobook links (where available). Whether you are landlocked in the mountains or on a Caribbean vacation, these books will transport you to other times and places where you can see through the eyes of those living out oceanic adventures. Remember the feeling of wonder the first time you saw the grandeur of the ocean with "Call Of The Sea - 20 Classic Stories That Draw Us To The Ocean's Majesty". The Books are: Captain Blood - Rafael Sabatini (1922) Captains Courageous - Rudyard Kipling (1897) Futility, or The Wreck of the Titan - Morgan Robertson (1898) Journals of James Cook (1768-1775) Moby-Dick; or, The Whale - Herman Melville (1851) Mutiny on the Bounty - William Bligh (1790) Sailing Alone Around the World - Joshua Slocum (1900) Shipwreck of the Whaleship Essex - Owen Chase (1821) South - Ernest Shackleton (1819) The Odyssey - Homer (850 B.C.) The Open Boat - Stephen Crane (1897) The Red Rover - James Fenimore Cooper (1827) The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1798) The Sea Hawk - Rafael Sabatini (1915) The Sea Wolf - Jack London (1904) Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - Jules Verne(1870) Two Years Before the Mast - Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1840) Treasure Island - Robert Louis Stevenson (1883) The Voyage of the Beagle - Charles Darwin (1839) Wolves of the Sea - Randall Parrish (1918)

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