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This review is from: Surf Nation: In Search of the Fast Lefts and Hollow Rights of Britain and Ireland (Paperback)
Reading some of the reviews I fear some people have missed the point.
Having read Surf Nation twice I think it pretty accurately captures the good and the bad about surfing in Britain and Ireland.
It's not a story about scoring perfect waves on uncrowded beaches, it's about making the best of what's on offer.
It is well written, pretty well researched (rarely are books containing 'facts' perfect) - and it's nice to see some of the people who DON'T earn a living from surfing (where did the previous reviewer get that idea from?) have their story told.
I'm stoked to have this on my bookshelf.