• Title: Surfing's Greatest Misadventures
  • Author: Paul Diamond Tyler Mcmahon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Surfing s Greatest Misadventures The true stories in this one of a kind collection cross the spectrum from terrifying to comical to downright bizarre Prepare yourself for the most gripping and unbelievable stories about big waves sh
    The true stories in this one of a kind collection cross the spectrum from terrifying to comical to downright bizarre Prepare yourself for the most gripping and unbelievable stories about big waves, shark attacks, tsunamis, boating disasters, devastating wipeouts, pranks, and bad judgment calls These thirty tales, by surf journalists, filmmakers, magazine editors, watermeThe true stories in this one of a kind collection cross the spectrum from terrifying to comical to downright bizarre Prepare yourself for the most gripping and unbelievable stories about big waves, shark attacks, tsunamis, boating disasters, devastating wipeouts, pranks, and bad judgment calls These thirty tales, by surf journalists, filmmakers, magazine editors, watermen, and everyday surfers, illuminate the less enchanting aspects of a life committed to surf.With stories about Laird Hamilton, Greg Noll, Ken Bradshaw, Tubesteak, Miki Dora, Buzzy Kerbox, Brad Gerlach and many other big name surfers.

    One Reply to “Surfing's Greatest Misadventures”

    1. "surfing's greatest Misadventures" Written by Paul Diamond is a righteous book describing his adventures all around the world working as water patrol, a blogger, and surfer magazine. Paul Diamond talks about how he survived a tsunami with his wife in Thailand, almost sent his dog whirling out into the middle of the pacific ocean on a failed attempt at tow-at, and even the horrible, terrifying board flying off the top of your car on the middle of the freeway and destroying a brand new board.When [...]

    2. Boy if you liked the movie Jaws you'll like this book However it didn't do much for me. it three stars. I did finish it but the stories stopped being intersting and started sounding repeptive. Of course there was more than just shark attacksbut those seemed to be the ones that provided the best reading and information. Good enough to hold my attention long enough to finish, but only so-so for my reading enjoyment.

    3. I am not one who usually likes short stories about surfing as usually only 2 or 3 are worth the read. This book was different. Paul picked out some quality stories that kept me interested and very engaged. There were only 1 or 2 stories that I would have opted not to read. Some of these stories are absolute classics and quite a few are pretty intense. This is a great book to have on the bookshelf for visitors, and one to come back to for another great read. Definitely worth picking up.

    4. Really interesting. Badly proof-read. Worth reading for the Laird Hamilton/Buzzy Kerbox paddle board crossing alone, but there were actually loads of good tales in it.

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