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Es Life of Brine is the memoir of Phil Jarratt one of the worlds best known chroniclers of surfing culture whose lifelong pursuit of the perfect wave has placed him in the midst of some of the most exciting moments in surfings modern historyJarratt who has often courted controversy in his long career as a journalist editor and documentarian pulls no punches as he rides an exhilarating wave of nostalgia from the Sixties up until now through the heady days of drugs alcohol and excess from Bali to Biarritz Morocco to Malibu and other exotic locations in betweenFilled with the carefree sometimes reckless enthusiasm of youth yet balanced by reflection and insight this is a book that will be devoured by surfers young and old and by free spirits of all kinds and all agesAbout the authorPhil Jarratt has worked in surf publishing and the surf industry forthan forty years and is regarded as one of the sports foremost authorities The editor of Tracks and Australian Surfers Journal and an associate editor of Surfer Phil has received the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame Media Award four times and has won numerous other awards for his work He has authored thirty five books including award winning surf histories and bestselling biographi This is an excellent journalistic review of who's who in the surfing and men editorial circuit of the era Frankly the title could be 'a man's journey' 'a magazine reporter's journey' 'my journey through life' Just because he was surfing doesn't make this 'a surfer's journey' There's almost no reporting of actual surfing or surfing related activity It is all about who he met how he got offered his next job where he was doing drugs and alcohol with I read 34 of it expecting it would get better and it never did so I gave up This is not a surf travel book If you haven't yet I would rather recommend Surf is Where you Find it an excellent account by Gerry Lopez or Barbarian Days an absolutely stunning 'Surfer's Journey' Both have loads of actual surf description and other interesting stories

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Life of BrineLife of Brine is the memoir of Phil Jarratt one of the worlds best known chroniclers of surfing culture whose lifelong pursuit of the perfect wave has placed him in the midst of some of the most exciting moments in surfings modern history Jarratt who has often courted controversy in his long career as a journalist editor and documentarian pulls no punches as he rides an exhilarating wave of nostalgia from the Sixties up until now through the heady days of drugs alcohol and excess from Bali to Biarritz Morocco to Malibu and other exotic locations in between Filled with the carefree sometimes reckless enthusiasm of youth yet balanced by reflection and insight this is a book that will be devoured by surfers young and old and by free spirits of all kinds and all ages About the authorPhil Jarratt has worked in surf publishing and the surf industry forthan forty years and is regarded as one of the sports foremost authorities The editor of Tracks and Australian Surfers Journal and an associate editor of Surfer Phil has received the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame Media Award four times and has won numerous other awards for his work He has authored thirty five books including award winning surf histories and bestselling biographi Loved hearing about the old days esp how the Noosa classic came about Makes you think about your surfing journey and where it might take you