The End of the Tether

The End of the Tether

Joseph Conrad
3.8/5 (492 ratings)
Henry Whalley is a true sailor, earning years of experience as a ship’s captain before his retirement. Faced with unexpected financial problems and a desire to help his married daughter earn her place in the world, Whalley is forced to sell his boat and buy his way back into service on a trade vessel. But Whalley is living so close to financial ruin that any small deviation from his course will put him over the edge . . .

The End of the Tether is one of the many books that author Joseph Conrad wrote about sailors and the sea. Using his own personal experiences as a merchant marine as the foundation for his writing, Conrad produced some of the most realistic sea tales of the nineteenth century.
Language
English
Pages
144
Format
Paperback
Publisher
BiblioLife
Release
May 29, 2008
ISBN
1426425961
ISBN 13
9781426425967

The End of the Tether

Joseph Conrad
3.8/5 (492 ratings)
Henry Whalley is a true sailor, earning years of experience as a ship’s captain before his retirement. Faced with unexpected financial problems and a desire to help his married daughter earn her place in the world, Whalley is forced to sell his boat and buy his way back into service on a trade vessel. But Whalley is living so close to financial ruin that any small deviation from his course will put him over the edge . . .

The End of the Tether is one of the many books that author Joseph Conrad wrote about sailors and the sea. Using his own personal experiences as a merchant marine as the foundation for his writing, Conrad produced some of the most realistic sea tales of the nineteenth century.
Language
English
Pages
144
Format
Paperback
Publisher
BiblioLife
Release
May 29, 2008
ISBN
1426425961
ISBN 13
9781426425967

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