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“For sheer drama on the water, itâ€s hard to beat the tragedy recounted in Rachel Sladeâ€s Into the

Raging Sea. . . . a fast-moving cinematic adventure. But for all of the drama, the worst scares are in the

epilogue. This sinking was no simple accident.― (Janet Maslin, New York Times)“A powerful and

affecting story, beautifully handled by Slade, a journalist who clearly knows ships and the sea.― (Douglas

Preston, New York Times Book Review)“Riveting.― (Sam Sifton, New York Times “Tastes of

Summer―)“A sea disaster tale unlike any other . . . an exciting, terrifying, and deeply sad story.― (

Gilbert Cruz, New York Times Book Review “New & Noteworthy―)“Harrowing, moving...a taut

adventure tale...The depth of research and reporting, and Sladeâ€s skill at pacing and selecting the telling

details produce a richly detailed narrative, tense and sad and true.― (Boston Globe)“In addition to a

gripping narrative of a cargo shipâ€s tragic voyage into the eye of a hurricane, Slade explains the

fascinating world of commercial shipping and the essential—but often hidden—role it plays in our

economy.― (NPR, “Best Books of 2018―)“More than the story of how a ship was overcome by a

storm, Into The Raging Sea is an allegory for what it means to be a part of the nationâ€s largely invisible

working and middle class.― (Longreads)“Riveting.― (Entertainment Weekly, “Complete

Fatherâ€s Day Book Gift Guide―)“With skillful narrative prose and sensitivity, Slade takes readers

on the final voyage of the El Faro . . . provid[ing] a haunting intimacy to this maritime disaster.― (Booklist

)“Intimate, eerie, and gripping.― (Outside, “Best Summer Books―) Read more On October 1, 2015,

the American container ship El Faro sailed straight into the eye of Hurricane Joaquin in the Bermuda

Triangle and vanished. When all thirty-three aboard were lost, El Faro became the deadliest American

maritime accident in more than a generation. Why did the huge ship, equipped with satellite communications

and sophisticated weather forecasting software, steam into the storm? Three miles down, deeper than

the Titanic, the shipâ€s black box held damning secrets, including twenty-six hours of conversations

between captain and crew leading up to El Faroâ€s final moments. Relying on extensive investigative

reporting, as well as the words of the doomed mariners themselves, Rachel Slade unravels the mystery

behind this tragedy. Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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