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Salt, sweat, tears the men who rowed the ocean by Adam Rackley

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rowing,
  • Rowers,
  • Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

Originally published: London : Viking, 2014.

StatementAdam Rackley
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV790.9 .R34 2014
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 215 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates
Number of Pages215
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27168204M
ISBN 100143126660
ISBN 109780143126669
LC Control Number2014010916
OCLC/WorldCa879552952

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About Salt, Sweat, Tears. A riveting first-person account and history of rowers who have attempted to navigate across the Atlantic More people have climbed Mount Everest than have rowed across the Atlantic. For more than seventy days, Adam Rackley and his rowing partner ate, slept and rowed in a boat seven meters long by two meters wide, in one. As the title of the book suggests, salt is an important recurring image throughout the novel. Binh describes how salt can mean different things depending on where it comes from: kitchen, sweat, tears, or the sea. The word salary comes from the word salt, so salt is another way of saying labor, worth, : Monique Truong. Fewer people have rowed across the Atlantic Ocean than have climbed Mount Everest. Adam Rackley is among them. For seventy days, he and his rowing partner ate, slept, and rowed in a boat seven meters long and two meters wide, in one of the world's most extreme environments. This is his story of adve. SALT, SWEAT, TEARS. The Men Who Rowed the Oceans. by Adam Rackley. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON Perhaps partly because he thought there was a book in it, one in which the stories of others who had attempted the same (initially for some sort of commercial gain) would provide respite from a personal account of endless waves over monotonous months on Author: Adam Rackley.