The Crow’s Nest is a tale of high adventure, as seen through the eyes of Will Anchor and his sister, Sara, ages 11 and 13, as they set out by canoe on a dangerous mission to find help for their ailing mother. The year is 2049 and their home is in the drowned and abandoned city of New Orleans. Water levels, worldwide, have risen to unprecedented levels. Civilization, as we know it, has been brought to its knees, yet life struggles on, with promise for the future. This story depicts an environmental disaster that some scientists predict may actually come to pass. This story is a timely, upbeat, and wholesome adventure. It is a down-to-earth odyssey that takes many twists and turns and is very exciting.
This audiobook breaks new ground and has appeal for all ages.
Recipient of an Honorable Mention in the 2010 Green Book Festival.
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I’m proud to say my father wrote and published this book in his 80’s, after retiring from a career as a mechanical engineer. He always told me to follow my dreams and do what I love. That’s what I’m doing! What a treat to record his book!
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