Beyond the Sea by Paul Lynch Ebook

Past the Sea by Paul Lynch
English | 2020 | Basic Fiction | ePUB | 3 MB

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    The haunting story of two males stranded at sea pushing towards their bodily and psychological limits to remain alive

    Primarily based partly on true occasions, Paul Lynch’s haunting and elegant novel Past the Sea tells the story of two South American fishermen, Bolivar and Hector, who go to sea earlier than a catastrophic storm. Needing money, Bolivar convinces his boss to let him fish regardless of the climate. His fishing companion is nowhere to be discovered, so he brings Hector, a sullen and inexperienced teenager. The storm arrives, and although the 2 males survive, they’ve been blown a whole bunch of miles out within the Pacific Ocean with little hope for rescue.

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    Coming to phrases with their new actuality, they’re pressured to just accept their separation from the fashionable world, their sudden and inescapable intimacy, and the chances and limits of religion, hope, and survival. As the times go by, they grapple with the errors of their pasts, the severity of their current, and the uncertainty of their future. And although Bolivar and Hector struggle to take care of their will to stay, nothing within the barren seascape or of their minds guarantees that they’ll make it.

    Formidable and profoundly shifting, Past the Sea explores what it means to be a person, a buddy, and a sinner in a fallen world. With evocative prose, Lynch crafts a suspenseful drama that refuses sentimentality or simple solutions. As an alternative, Past the Sea is a hard-won and intimate rendering of the extremities of human life, each bodily and psychological.

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