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Jeremy Pages novel Sea Change is a harrowing masterpiece which captures one man battling his own private purgatory between heaven and hell.  Guy must come to terms with the loss of  his daughter and separation from his wife. He has found solace  on a 1920’s dutch barge known as the flood sailing the estuaries for five years.

He recreates a world of what could have been in a set of diaries. It his own magical world  where his family has moved forward as if  his daughter never passed to an unfortunate death.

The Sea Change captures the beauty of the moments, the quiet at sea, and the unpredictability of the ocean. It is this unpredictability of the oncoming storm that Guy must face in order to move forward and make peace with his own life.

The Flood has been magnificent, he thinks. He’s miles and miles from shore, there are no lights on the horizon, no sign that man has lived or is alive at any place; the sea and the sky are alone as having no touch of man upon them. His world is this boat. Nothing else.

It is this calling to the sea to tempt the floods fate that he must find his future. He must move forward from the what ifs to seek a new light.  His solitary time on his boat forces him to realize that he must struggle from the past and move forward as he fights the last of his demons on the Ocean.

How do you prepare to weather the storm?

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16 replies

  1. This sounds really good? I love being out on the water, and feel most at home by myself in a kayak in the middle of a huge, calm sea. Like a drop of water on a drop of water, simultaneously of profound insignificance and deep necessity…. It sounds like this book would really speak to me. I’ll check it out!

  2. I am like Nelle take it head on and if necessary rally the troops, which are my family and friends that love me and support me. Sounds like a book I need to put on my reading list. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Sometimes we just need to rely on the people close to us. It’s when we shut the world out it we let life pass us by 🙂 It is a must for your reading list. It is the perfect winter read for one of those days the snow is falling hard and you have nowhere to go.

  3. This sounds like just my kind of book. The reason he sets out on his voyage is sad but the experiences and reflections he has on it sound brilliant to me. Thankyou for telling us abut it. I am off to Amazon now to see if I can get a copy

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