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Amazon.com Itâ€s becoming harder to disappear on this increasingly connected,

overpopulated planet, so if you're feeling hemmed in, maybe you should buy a boat. Three-fifths of

the planet is covered in water, an expanse so vast that anyone can seemingly get away with

anything without consequence. The high seas have always been where the illicit action is, and Ian

Urbina—a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist—took to the waves to find it. And did he

ever. Urbina traveled the globe on a risky mission, hopping boats to amass a catalog of just about

every contemptible human activity imaginable. Smugglers, traffickers, pirates, poachers,

stowaways, mercenaries, and polluters fill The Outlaw Oceanâ€s more than 400 pages, and the

theme is overwhelming, often catastrophic degradation: of people, the environment, borders, and

the rule of law (or at least its illusion). In the frigid waters of Antarcticaâ€s Southern Ocean,

Urbina boards a vigilante vessel on a months-long, slow-burn chase of a notorious fish-poaching

operation. In the seaside brothels of Thailand, trafficked prostitutes attract young men who are

themselves consigned as slave labor on fishing boats. Armies of private “security― forces kill

time aboard floating armories, waiting for their next unofficial deployments. These crimes may

seem isolated and remote—drops in the ocean, so to speak—but they donâ€t occur in a

vacuum, or for nothing; they support choices made every day in government, in commerce, and in

our homes. The Outlaw Ocean is illuminating, terrifying, and often dismaying. Itâ€s also unique,

vitally important, and strangely thrilling. —Jon Foro, Amazon Book Review Read more 'The

Outlaw Ocean brings the reader up close to an overwhelming truth... An impressive feat of

reporting... Urbina deftly reveals complicated ideas through his stories.'—The Washington Post

'This body of work is a devastating look at the corruption, exploitation, and trafficking that thrive on

the open ocean... The writing is straightforward but clever... Eerie and beautiful.'—Outside

'The Outlaw Ocean is enriched by Urbinaâ€s gifted storytelling about the destruction of marine

life and the murder, crime, and piracy that make the seas so dangerous for those who make their

living on them.'—The National Book Review'What we learn from Urbinaâ€s journeys is

nothing less than the deepest aspects of humanity itself. Dropped into a world without terra

firmaâ€s systems and foibles, our darkest impulses emerge. But our most noble intentions—to

save, to protect, to establish fair rule of law—appear as well.'—Paste“In The Outlaw Ocean,

Urbina focuses that eye on understanding his characters and their context to show why these

crimes get committed and why the culprits rarely get prosecuted. Urbina goes further than most to


do this. He shows you a problem from the front lines, by talking to the people there.―

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