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is complicated business and Greenlaw's eloquent thrift with words, true to her New England roots, serves her well in describing the physical realities of the trip. . A woman on a ship is considered a Jonah or bad luck. . When 'A Perfect Storm' appeared, Greenlaw had been fishing professionally for 15 years. Book makes you feel? Nonsense in her captivating account of her life as a swordboat captain aboard the Hannah Boden. Linda always wanted magnets and their uses to fish and she tells about how she became a captain. Stakes for a thirty-day commercial fishing trip are high. . Promising her parents she'd put off law school for just a year, she kept on fishing, becoming a captain in her mid-20's. Yet, Linda Greenlaw and her crew go to sea each season knowing the danger and that the financial rewards might not materialize. .
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But the dirty secret is that the point of the book, as the publishers saw it, is merely that Greenlaw is female. . Into Thin Air (see reviews ) but I give it. The Hungry Ocean but anyone who has spent time at sea (or even weather bound in a house with a small group of friends) will recognize what an incubator a boat can be for the bizarrely polar extremes of human interaction. . Though not the high drama of the book that made her famous, this fisherman's tale is nearly as entertaining, just as informative and a lot saltier. As Greenlaw offhandedly states early on, while heading out to sea, 'Being a woman hasn't been a big deal.' But being the captain of the sword boat Hannah Boden has been, and she tells about it with robust passion. Just don't call her a fisherwoman, she might tell you there is no such word. . Greenlaw writes that "finding a productive piece of water and protecting it from encroachers is absolutely the toughest and most critical part of a swordfish captain's job." That Greenlaw is a woman is not a factor in these territorial scuffles. . Provisioning a one hundred-foot fishing boat with crew of six for thirty days at sea is the easy part for an experienced captain like Greenlaw. . We hear about the crew members who were watching too much television, and how Greenlaw put a fire ax through the screen to get their attention. We learn how difficult it can be to put her life on hold and go offshore for a month at a time - the despair is most intense as the boat passes below her home of Isle au Haut: 'Who cared that I had sacrificed.
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