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Blue Road to Atlantis by Jay Nussbaum
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Blue Road to Atlantis

by Jay Nussbaum

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"With a powerful vision about living courageously, this story is as wise as it is emotionally compelling. In it, a huge marlin, called the Old Fish, has long escaped capture by the fishermen of the Caribbean. He is a samurai of the deep; amid deadly sharks and viperfish, a warrior grown wise in the ways of survival. Now, accompanied by the story's irascible, humorous narrator, a remora, the Old Fish is traveling to Atlantis just ahead of a murderous Red Tide. His desperate hope is to save the sea, yet awaiting him is his ultimate opponent...who is to be his greatest teacher or his doom." "Jay Nussbaum's powerful allegory shines with illumination about living life to our fullest potential. Buoyed by sea lore and aphorisms, it is an enlightening story of dreams and fears and "swimming with the current.""--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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