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A poignant coming-of-age story…It’s 1966. Adrift and haunted by the question of ‘who am I’ and ‘what am I to do with my life,’ Susan thrust herself into the precarious unknown, hitchhiking on sailboats—an exhilarating worldwide quest in search of her future and ultimately herself.Transformed by heart-wrenching losses in her teens in the Midwest and her mind-expanding years in free-wheeling 1960s Berkeley, filled with cries of equality and freedom for all, Susan felt compelled to seek a consequential life.Her odyssey is an initiation into the global shift toward a new world order: the end of colonialism and establishment of independent governments in Papua New Guinea, overpopulation, and advances in birth control, and women’s rights in India and the US. She returned feeling herself a citizen of the world.As we emerge into adulthood, many of us have no idea what direction we should take. View From the Crow’s Nest is one woman’s pilgrimage to find a relevant sustainable life for herself.

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