The Old Man And The Sea
Santiago, an old Cuban fisherman, has gone 84 days without catching a fish. Confident that his bad luck is at an end, he sets off alone, far into the Gulf Stream, to fish. Santiago’s faith is rewarded, and he quickly hooks a marlin…a marlin so big he is unable to pull it in and finds himself being pulled by the giant fish for two days and two nights.
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Review: The Old Man and the SeaUser Review - George Kamana Hunter - Goodreads
The poignant and clean prose of Hemingway has a way of making other established authors seem fussy. The scenes he creates in the "Old Man and the Sea" are memorable and stark. There's no window ... Read full review
Review: The Old Man and the SeaUser Review - Vinayak Kesarwani - Goodreads
A book which contains these lines in its early parts "Why do old men wake so early? Is it to have one longer day" shouldn't ever be a part of anyone's morning read but alas the folly of the youth and ... Read full review