Cynthia A. Berryman
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- A Man, a Time, and the Deadliest Hurricane in History
- By: Erik Larson
- Narrated by: Richard Davidson
- Length: 9 hrs and 33 mins
In 1900, Isaac Monroe Cline was in charge of the Galveston station of the US Weather Bureau. He was a knowledgeable, seasoned weatherman who considered himself a scientist. When he heard the deep thudding of waves on Galveston's beach in the early morning of September 8, however, Cline refused to be alarmed. The city had been hit by bad weather before.
A highly detailed account of a catastrophic storm
- By Norman B. Bernstein on 09-28-15
Great historical account
This is a captivating account of an event that not many know about outside of Texas. The writer puts life into history like few others have.
The reading added to rather than distracted from the story. I've read the book before. Listening to it now adds a fuller dimension to it.
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