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Into the Light A Family's Epic Journey [PDF / EPUB] Into the Light A Family's Epic Journey A remarkable story of a conventional family of five living a very unconventional life afloat Into the Light chronicles the inspiring adventures of Dave and Jaja Martin and their crew of three young ch A remarkable story of a conventional family Light A PDF ↠ of five living a very unconventional life afloat Into the Light chronicles the inspiring adventures of Dave and Jaja Martin and their crew of three young children as they refit a foot sailboat on a shoestring budget then test their limits sailing to the pack ice above the Arctic Circle With their rugged self sufficiency commitment to family and warm sense of humor the uniue approach to life chronicled in Dave and Jaja's book will resonate for Into the PDF or sailors and shore based families alike Whether you're looking for an outdooradventure page turner or for the inspiration to choose an unconventional path of your own you'll find in Into the Light one of those rare books that has the power to touch your heart and soul while keeping you on the edge of your seat Welcome to a radical world of adventure We realized our dreams by maintaining a spontaneous lifestyle while raising our family We hope our stories will inspire you to take a the Light A Kindle ´ chance and live for today authors Dave Jaja MartinThis is the book that inspired the PBS documentary Ice Blink.

  • Hardcover
  • 330 pages
  • Into the Light A Family's Epic Journey
  • Dave Martin
  • English
  • 15 October 2014
  • 9781930086043

About the Author: Dave Martin

David Ralph Martin was an accomplished television Light A PDF ↠ and film writer He contributed numerous scripts for the Doctor Who television series between and in collaboration with Bob Baker Baker and Martin's most notable contributions to the Doctor Who mythos were probably the robot computer K created for The Invisible Enemy and the renegade Time Lord Omega created for The Three Doctors Do.



5 thoughts on “Into the Light A Family's Epic Journey

  1. says:

    On my vacation in Maine my uncle in passing said to me if you're looking for a good book Read this I was put off a little by the title and worried that it was a spiritualistic book I gave it a shot anyhow The book engaged me from page 1 As I read the story it brought back memories of a sailing trip years ago with my father an uncle from Beverly MA to Round Pond ME This story is amazing and inspiring I hope that one day I would have an opportunity half as good as the Martin family's travels Great summer book

  2. says:

    This book was given to Jim Black by the buyer of his boat She was the daughter of the authors My brother Tom gave it to me for Christmas since we are traveling to Iceland in May It is a true story of Dave Jaja Martin and their 3 children's trip to Iceland Norway and Svalbad in a 33 foot steel boat They wintered in Iceland and Norway They traveled to Svalbad and went to the ice fields north of Svalbad The whole trip was fraught with danger from the sea as well as polar bears They lived on the edge and survived because of their knowledge of the sea and their boat

  3. says:

    Enjoyed this book ironically one of the dramas for me was when they were in port and the Norwegian Government was forcing a family of five to sail away in dangerous winterThe most enjoyable part of this is the fact Holly Martin was just a child in this book now a grown woman with a sailing vloghttpswwwyoutubecomchannelUCnJ3

  4. says:

    Pretty awesome could have been a little shorter

  5. says:

    We all love adventure books the power and challenge of the wild the beauty of nature the personal tests of hardship and the strength of the human spirit All of this and can be found in the Marin's saga It makes for great readingBut pervading all of this adventure and beauty is a philosophy For some it appears this philosophy is enlightening uplifting and enriching speaking to our desires to be free from the pathos of our modern world For me this philosophy of rejection by the Martins comes across a little heavy handed with inverted narcissism hey look at us look how simple and humbly we can live a touch of hypocrisy ooh let's keep our children out those American schools in North Carolina but wow wouldn't it be culturally uplifting to enroll them in an Icelandic and a Norwegian school and an air of superiorityOK maybe I'm being overly critical We all at times seek a simpler life and I too envy the Martin's freedom spirit and sense of adventure and this really is an enjoyable book But hey let's not take ourselves too seriously hereI give Into the Light 3 stars 4 or 5 for the great adventure and 2 for the overdose of Martinism

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