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STORM Stories of Survival from Land and Sea

by | Read by Terence Aselford, Rick Foucheux, Nick Sampson, Gary Telles

Contemporary Culture • 6 hrs. • Anthology • © 2001

Perfect for armchair travelers, this collection of wild survival stories allows any listener to live vicariously through the world’s worst weather without even donning a raincoat. Each story--whether fiction or recollection--recounts in vivid detail the hardships and suffering caused by snowstorms, rain, winds, and hurricanes around the world. While each performance is stellar, some are better than others. High points of the tapes include The Storm, by Sebastian Junger, read by Rick Foucheux; The House of Mapuhi, by Jack London, read by Gary Telles; and The Hermit’s Story, written by Rick Bass and read by Telles. Through the sheer strength of performance, these tales not only transport the listener to turbulent weather, they make one never want to leave the comfort of home. H.L.S. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: AUG/ SEP 01]

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