Courage : a novel of the sea
1st St. Martin's Press ed.
In 1950 in the North Atlantic west of Ireland the destinies of two ships fuse. One, an English tramp, breaks apart in a winter storm. Five survivors cling to the wreckage. An officer of a nearby liner is at the helm of a boat that must battle its way through the mountainous waves in a desperate attempt to reach the castaways. In this evocation of the life of the sea, the author has created a world of isolation, frailty and endurance whose overarching theme is the test of courage.
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