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Experience Pipeline [NOOK Book]

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Experience Pipeline puts you in the middle of surfing’s most famous and dangerous contest, the Pipe Masters event. In this ‘determine your own adventure book’, you’re the surf star, and you’re competing against two other pros for the world title.

The action is gripping, the drama is high, and the waves are huge and out of control! Whether you’re dropping down the face of a 20-foot wave, getting tubed, wiping out, or getting rescued, the action...
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Experience Pipeline

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Overview

Experience Pipeline puts you in the middle of surfing’s most famous and dangerous contest, the Pipe Masters event. In this ‘determine your own adventure book’, you’re the surf star, and you’re competing against two other pros for the world title.

The action is gripping, the drama is high, and the waves are huge and out of control! Whether you’re dropping down the face of a 20-foot wave, getting tubed, wiping out, or getting rescued, the action is fast and riveting. Your unique story unfolds differently every time you read the book. With 89 possible endings, each time you open this book you dive into a new adventure! The ultimate surf book for kids, teens and adults
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011909399
  • Publisher: Casagrande Press
  • Publication date: 4/8/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 9 MB

Meet the Author

Quinn Haber grew up by the beach in Pacific Palisades, California spending hot summer days in the surf, and nights in the club as the guitarist for SST punk band The Treacherous Jaywalkers. Surf travel started him on a sporadic career of photography and journalism.

When the band broke up in 1991, he headed north to Santa Cruz for an education and large, pumping winter surf. What began as a love of surfing led to an obsessive study of the sport’s culture and language. From Santa Cruz he moved to San Francisco looking for more action, which he found in heavy beatings and wide open barrels at Ocean Beach.

While in San Francisco he worked in publishing for a British book firm and made frequent surf trips to the Philippines. On one of those trips he met his wife, who he now lives with in Oahu, Hawaii. Currently, Quinn works for the state of Hawaii, helping children get free medical care.

He wrote Experience Pipeline as an endeavor to put a reader directly into the heart of surfing’s most treacherous and famous wave—Banzai Pipeline, the wave that all surfers know but that few will ever surf.
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  • Posted March 6, 2011

    stupid and weird

    this is so confusing. the whol time u jav to think of u in the story. but i would rather think of me in the story because of thebsensory detail that pulls me in. nit because u have to think of u in the story otherwise u r lost. VRRY CONFUSING! MUST FLIP A COIN TO FIND OUTCOME TO CONTINUE STORY. VERY WEIRD

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