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( Download Epub ) õ Catching Thunder: The True Story of the World's Longest Sea Chase ô December, In The Forbidding Waters Off Antarctica, Captain Hammarstedt Of The Bob Barker Sets Off On A Voyage Unlike Any Seen Before Across Ten Thousand Miles Of Hazardous Seas, Hammarstedt S Crew Will Relentlessly Pursue The Thunderan Infamous Illegal Fishing Ship For What Will Become The Longest Chase In Maritime History Wanted By Interpol, The Thunder Has For Years Evaded Justice Hunting Endangered Species And Accumulating Millions In ProfitsThe Authors Follow This Incredible Expedition From The Beginning But Even As Seasoned Journalists, They Cannot Anticipate What The Chase Will Uncover, As The Wake Of The Thunder Leads Them On The Trail Of Criminal Kingpins, Rampant Corruption, Modern Slavery And An International Community Content To Turn A Blind Eye Very Soon, Catching Thunder Becomes Not Only A Chase But A Pursuit Of The Truth Itself And A Symbolic Race To Preserve The Well Being Of Our PlanetA Scandinavian Bestseller, Catching Thunder Is A Remarkable True Story Of Courage And Perseverance, And A Wake Up Call To Act Against The Destruction Of Our Environments Having worked in the Merchant Navy this shows the side most of us thankfully never see. Le Thunder, un des plus grand meurtrier de nos oc ans. A tale I would never had known without buying this book And I read a leading British Newspaper every day of the week I am amazed that this can have been, at best only lightly reported there Otherwise I would have sen it It is an indictment of high quality journalism s attempt to compete with digital news that this story never made significant international headlines in the UK A credit to the authors.It is surely a story that should be made wider known so the real threats to valuable rare species can be better protected wherever they are It also highlights how in a globalised world how lacking are the domestic legal structures of advanced nations in that world to deal with criminals who commit crimes in no man s land. I was surprised by how smoothly this book flowed I had been expecting some boring bits of technical jargon, but it was remarkably readable throughout Previously I was unaware of the extent of illegal fishing, but this book opened my eyes The authors have done a good job.