Departure

Departure In Amanda Bright sails from Boston with her husband Jonathan captain of the merchant ship Maria M Warned that it is no place for a woman she finds instead a challenging new world one she disc

  • Title: Departure
  • Author: Janet Stevenson
  • ISBN: 9780936085371
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1851 Amanda Bright sails from Boston with her husband, Jonathan, captain of the merchant ship Maria M Warned that it is no place for a woman, she finds instead a challenging new world, one she discovers a talent for On the leg from Hawaii to North America, disease strikes, leaving Jonathan and the first mate delirious with fever When a storm sweeps the last officer aIn 1851 Amanda Bright sails from Boston with her husband, Jonathan, captain of the merchant ship Maria M Warned that it is no place for a woman, she finds instead a challenging new world, one she discovers a talent for On the leg from Hawaii to North America, disease strikes, leaving Jonathan and the first mate delirious with fever When a storm sweeps the last officer and a sailor overboard, Amanda is the only one left with even a novice s understanding of navigation She must learn fast if she is to head off disaster most immediately, mutiny by a crew that is superstitious of a woman aboard, and then, landfall When Jonathan recovers and feels threatened by her growing independence, their marriage unravels Amanda, Jonathan, and the crew are tested against treacherous circumstances in a suspenseful, psychological drama.

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    One Reply to “Departure”

    1. "The voyage had taught her--or, striving with the sea and the stars, she had taught herself--that the joys human beings experience had little to do with the giving or taking of pleasure. Not the great joys. Those had to do with the touching and transcending of limits, expanding, crossing known frontiers, entering into terra incognita, exercising mastery." (page 214)That, for me, encapsulates Departure. Janet Stevenson writes a beautiful, believable story of love and learning. I admire how expert [...]

    2. The overall story was intriguing. The few pages of sex were fragmented and unnessary. Almost seemed as if someone else insisted that the romantic angel be played up. Overall a good book for anyone who loves to sail.

    3. I liked it a great deal. Written by a PNW author. I enjoyed the story and learned about navigation. I understand the love of sea. Have spent time in the settings so it felt close to home in several ways.

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