“This is a book about living on the edge. It is a book of survival stories — gripping accounts from those who have experienced major storms along he Jersey Shore, woven together with contemporary news and you-are-there reports.
Originally published in 1993, this expanded 2nd edition includes an extensive chapter on Superstorm Sandy, the most destructive storm to strike the region in generations. But readers who know only of Sandy may be amazed by the stories of the Shore’s historic storms... Great Storms of the Jersey Shore is dramatically illustrated with nearly 300 photographs, engravings, and graphics...and provide a window through which we can view the past and appreciate both the horror and beauty of nature unleashed.”
By Larry Savadove, Margaret Thomas Buchholz and Scott Mazzella