Kiting the Hurricane (Book) Review

by Milly Wonfod
Kiting the Hurricane

Released: 1st November 2015
RRP: £5.58
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing
Author: Dom Mee
Type: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1519394361
Pages: 116

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Dom Mee's idea of a fun adventure is to strap some kites to a 14ft dinghy and sail the 2,000 nautical miles from Canada to Devon in just 35 days.
Kiting the Hurricane is an exhilarating tale of adventure, danger, and the worst hurricane season known to man.
Written in the style of a diary, readers follow the former Royal Marines attempt to be the first person to cross the Atlantic. In his, what becomes desperate, battle for survival he faces hurricane Katrina, Maria, Nate, Ophelia and Rita - the latter being documented as the fourth most intense Atlantic hurricane in history.
Dom Mee is not one to shy away from extreme danger, and he shows that in his new story about his time on the sea with his dinghy 'Little Murka' and flying companion Peter the petrel.
This heart-wrenching, adrenaline rush of a story will leave you feeling exhausted, safe, warm and dry!


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