The Language of the Sea
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    May-2011 (Hardcover)
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A striking blend of realism and contemporary myth-making, this unforgettable novel tells the story of marine biologist Leo Kemp. Having lost his teaching position thanks to outspoken views, Leo decides to go on one last field trip with his students. The outing becomes disastrous when the weather turns and Leo is thrown overboard. The evocative description of Leo's journey explores what can happen beyond our perceived knowledge of science. James MacManus tests the bounds of reality with his cunning narrative set within the beautiful community of Cape Cod.
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    • First Edition
    • May-2011
    • Thomas Dunne
    • Hardcover
    • ISBN: 0312648472
    • ISBN13: 9780312648473
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    • May-2011
    • St. Martin's
    • eBook
    • ISBN: 1429923997
    • ISBN13: 9781429923996
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    • May-2011
    • Thomas Dunne
    • eBook (Kindle)

 


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