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Sea State by Tabitha Lasley

This was a unique hybrid book, part romantic memoir and part oil rig worker documentary, and altho the writing is sometimes a little clumsy, the two parts don’t always cohere fully, and the romantic parts are fairly sentimental and maudlin - despite all that - I still found it a fun quick and interesting read, and I applaud the effort. 

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