The Passenger: How a Travel Writer Learned to Love Cruises & Other Lies from a Sinking Ship Free Audiobook Download by Chaney Kwak
The Passenger: How a Travel Writer Learned to Love Cruises & Other Lies from a Sinking Ship is an audiobook narrated by Keong Sim. It is about the author's experience aboard the sinking cruise ship Carnival Triumph in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Passenger: How a Travel Writer Learned to Love Cruises and Other Lies from a Sinking Ship is an audiobook written by Chaney Kwak. The author was drawn to the idea of telling the story of one woman's transformation from loving travel to hating it after the death of her husband. However, she never expected that in telling her own story, she would also learn about her own life. This book is not just about how to love travel again but about understanding yourself as well as learning about happiness and self-acceptance.
A travel writer who grew up on cruise ships learns to love cruises again after abandoning his career and becoming a barista.
Just a few years ago, Chaney Kwak was a travel writer and freelance editor who never went anywhere. After taking the plunge, she has now been on more than fifty cruises, including The World's Most Luxurious Cruise.
The Passenger is a book that's narrated by Chaney Kwak. The book tells the story of a travel writer who is trying to write about backpackers and the backpacking lifestyle, but discovers that she has fallen in love with cruises instead. She begins to fall for the cruise line lifestyle and travels around the world writing about them. The story is told by watching her on video clips throughout her adventures.
"I’m not a writer. I am merely someone who can write." That's her first line in the book and with that confession, Chaney Kwak opens up a world of travel writing for us to experience for ourselves. This was one of the best audiobooks I've listened to this year as it has a lot of humor and true insights into how people approach travel writing (especially when it comes to cruises).
|Duration||3 hours 33 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||Travel Tips, Essays & Travelogues, Memoir|