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The Cure for Anything Is Salt Water

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At forty, Mary South had a beautiful home, good friends, and a successful career in book publishing. But she couldn't help feeling that she was missing something intangible but essential. So she decided to go looking for it . . . at sea. Six months later she had quit her job, sold the house, and was living aboard a forty-foot, thirty-ton steel trawler she rechristened Bossanova. Despite her total lack of experience, South set out on her maiden voyage—a fifteen-hundred-mile odyssey

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780061974755
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Trajectory Index

Words: 59,047
Unique Words: 5,789
Avg Sentence (words): 19.71
Avg Word (chars): 4.11
Chapters: 20
Paragraphs: 826
People: 169
Places: 170
Things: 129
Adult Reading Time: 3:56
Sentiment: 0.027
Intensity: 0.100
Reading Level: 8.3
Complexity Index: 127
SAT Words: 651
Nouns 50.7%
Verbs 23.6%
Adjectives 15.4%
Adverbs 7.2%
Other 3.1%
Profanity: 14
Explicit Activity: 12
Violence: 224

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