This is the novel about commercial fishing in
Alaska - the world's most dangerous profession.
story! Thrilling fiction! Unalaska, Alaska is a novel that
will not bore you - not for a second! This is not bedtime reading
- unless you like turning pages all night! This work of adventure
fiction grabs the reader from the first page! The story Unalaska,
Alaska is closely based on Wolf Larsen's experiences in Alaska.
magazines have published excerpts from the novel Unalaska, Alaska.
first part of the story is about life on fishing boats in the rough
and rugged Bering Sea. The main character in this work of fiction
115 hours a week on fishing boats.
This book will make your eyes devour every word! This is heart stopping
second part of the story takes place on the island of Unalaska,
Alaska - which is in the middle of the ocean just below the Artic
work of fiction Unalaska, Alaska is as unpredictable as the
island itself - a wild and crazy town where you can buy guns with
your bread and milk at the local store. This is untamed fiction!
This story is based on real events!
story is closely based on the life of Wolf Larsen. Wolf was a crewmember
on fishing boats in Alaska for a year-and-a-half. After that, Wolf
lived and worked on the island of Unalaska, Alaska on a seasonal
basis for over ten years.
island of Unalaska, Alaska
Larsen worked in Alaska for 12 years! Buy his book Unalaska, Alaska at Amazon.com!
Story is a common term for a recounting of a sequence of events, or for a statement regarding the facts pertinent to a situation in question (see narrative). Notable cases of stories include:
Bedtime story, a traditional form of storytelling, told to children to prepare them for sleep
Organization story, a narrative used in organization studies
Short story, a fictional narrative of briefer length than a novella
"Stories", or "my stories", American slang for television soap opera
User story, a method of illustrating software requirements
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Fiction is any form of narrative which deals, in part or in whole, with events that are not factual, but rather, imaginary and invented by its author(s). Although fiction often describes a major branch of literary work, it is also applied to theatrical, cinematic, and musical work. In contrast to this is non-fiction, which deals exclusively in factual events (e.g.: biographies, histories).
Capitalism Sucks: the BOOK by Wolf Larsen. How a privileged few cause endless human misery throughout the world.
See what Wolf Larsen has to say about the very informative leftist newspaper Workers Vanguard, which is published by the Spartacist League. ( Wolf Larsen is not a member of theSpartacist League, and is not involved in the publication of Workers Vanguard.)