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FREE READ The One that Got Away: A Memoir (Lisa Drew Books) õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¿ Lost fish writes Howell Raines chasten us to the knowledge that we are all in each and every moment dwindling Imagine my surprise when I discovered well into my sixth decade that losing fish can prepare usLost fish writes Howell Raines chasten us to the knowledge that we are all in each and every moment dwindling Imagine my surprise when I discovered well into my sixth decade that losing fish can prepare us for a blessing as well as for painConfronting loss of an elusive fish or something larger is at the heart of The One That Got Away the graceful seuel to Raines's much loved bestselling memoir Fly Fishing Through the Midlife Crisis published to great acclaim in 1993 With the same winning combination of reminiscences anecdotes philosophy. A great storyteller as one would expect from a NYT journalist A few hundred too many ad

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Ng adventure an epic battle with a marlin he hooked and fought for than seven hours in the South Pacific which comes to symbolize his growing understanding and acceptance of the unpredictability of luck love lies and life and how the unexpected can in fact be an opportunity to make life interestingRaines's wonderful descriptions of streams people and fish; his passion for angling and writing; and his wise and perceptive commentary on the vagaries of his own life combine to create a profound book one of undeniable appeal and uncommon hear. I gave this one five stars because the author both entertained and challenged though at

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The One that Got Away A Memoir Lisa Drew BooksAnd fishing lore his bold new memoir covers the eventful years in this latest passage of his life and the realization that in relinuishing his former identity as a newspaperman he has actually gotten what he wanted just in the most unlikely wayIn wry and witty prose Raines shifts between fishing vignettes and personal reflections on his childhood his second marriage his relationships with his two sons the trajectory of his career at The New York Times and his move toward old age At the center of his narrative is his most thrilling fishi. amusing first half as lifelong fisherman agree that the one that got away stays with us