Hurricane Force: In the Path of America’s Deadliest Storms

By Joseph B. Treaster
Publisher Kingfisher Imprint Kingfisher ISBN


Hurricane Force: In the Path of America’s Deadliest Storms

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"They are among the most powerful, most mysterious forces on Earth." Joseph B. Treaster survived his first hurricane when he was six years old. Since then he has covered many storms as a reporter for the New York Times. In August 2005, he made his way to New Orleans to write about one of the deadliest and costliest hurricanes in history. This book gives a riveting, first-person account of Treaster's experience covering Hurricane Katrina and examines the history and nature of hurricanes. Full-color photographs and diagrams.
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