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Lamya Essemlali joined the Sea Shepherd crew in 2005 after meeting Paul Watson in Paris. She participated in seven campaigns at sea, four of which she coordinated alongside Captain Watson.
Watson reveals his passions, struggles, frustrations, and concerns for the future... The book serves up a smorgasbord of anecdotes, explanations and justifications that provide ample food for thought for any ecologically conscious individual pondering our future.-- (04/05/2013) Throughout the book, Watson comes across as an extraordinarily thoughtful and uncompromising man who's been far ahead of his time in understanding the consequences of unbridled poaching of the oceans.... It provides a completely unfiltered view into Watson's mindset.... makes for compelling reading. And Watson certainly doesn't hold back.... In his core, Watson believes there are too many humans on the planet. And there need to be a lot fewer of them for marine life to thrive... If nothing else, this book will force readers to reexamine how human beings are annihilating other species, particularly those that live in the sea.-- (04/25/2013) Presented as an extended interview, the book delves into a variety of topics revolving around Watson's philosophy and his actions. Watson describes experiences that shaped his attitude and activities... He has witnessed horrible slaughters of whales and other marine life...but manages to convey this without resorting to overly graphic descriptions.... In very simple terms, he states If the oceans die, we die. While other organizations and politicians stay on the sidelines as illegal whaling and fishing still goes on, Watson leads his Sea Shepherd Society into direct conflict with these ships and in the process stands between them and the marine life he has sworn to protect-- (05/31/2013) Best Books 2013--North Shore News (12/13/2013)