Free Read [Horror Book] Ë Deep Blue: Stories of Shipwreck, Sunken Treasure, and Survival - by Nate Hardcastle Î

By Nate Hardcastle | Comments: ( 766 ) | Date: ( May 30, 2020 )

Deep Blue is a book about things that go wrong at sea and under the sea , and what happens when they do It features the best writing from the literature of shipwrecks, nautical survival, and cannibalism as well as tales of submarine adventure including an excerpt from Peter Maas s The Terrible Hours In addition to such authors as Neil Hanson and Gary Kinder, Deep Blue iDeep Blue is a book about things that go wrong at sea and under the sea , and what happens when they do It features the best writing from the literature of shipwrecks, nautical survival, and cannibalism as well as tales of submarine adventure including an excerpt from Peter Maas s The Terrible Hours In addition to such authors as Neil Hanson and Gary Kinder, Deep Blue includes classic writers like Melville, Conrad, and Crane, perennials such as Patrick O Brian and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and far flung, little known surprises, from free divers in trouble to arctic explorers fatally marooned in the marshes of Siberia.


  • Title: Deep Blue: Stories of Shipwreck, Sunken Treasure, and Survival
  • Author: Nate Hardcastle
  • ISBN: 9781560253136
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Deep Blue: Stories of Shipwreck, Sunken Treasure, and Survival

  • Misty Logan

    Needed a short audio book that might appeal to my husband as well. This is what I foundI knew it contained excerpts of classics so I feel like I can't hold that against it? I don't read classics very much and I'd rather listen to an entire book That being said, I knew what I was getting intoSome stories were easier to get into than others. I borrowed this from my library. We loved the Treasure Island excerpt and want to listen to the whole thing.


  • John

    This audio version has fewer excerpts than the print edition. (I assume this is because of problems securing the audio publication rights to the missing bits. The bits not here tend to be the newer ones.) These classic chapters are good ones, and worth listening to.


  • Brittany

    Not much that appealed to me. Just excerpts from sea stories, but not the most entertaining stories.


  • Lugene

    I listened to this as a book on tape. It was entertaining and for those who love the sea and pirates, this would be for them. I would find this not as exciting to read. The exerpts from other books were too long and at times, tedious. It did give me a taste of "Moby Dick" and "Treasure Island".


  • Paul

    An anthology that contains interesting bits of (mostly) longer works, Deep Blue left me wishing that I had gone to the sources.


  • Harriet Lobascio

    Excerpts from famous sailing ship disasters. Some I had read in high school, but it was good to revisit.


  • J.

    just ok


  • Anne

    Just listened to the first story, which is an excerpt from Treasure Island.


  • Glenda

    good collection of stories


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