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Mr. Sunset. The Jeff Hakman Story.

Jarratt, Phil.

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ISBN 10: 1575440652 / ISBN 13: 9781575440651
Published by Gen X in Association with General Publishing Group, Inc., London, 1997
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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192pp, hundreds col & bw ills. Or white cloth in pictorial jacket. Minor bump at top front corner, some minor creasing to front panel of jacket. US price on jacket indicating this is first printed for US market (concurrent with First UK edition - ISBN095296802).From the first wave in the 1950s, through his pioneering of the big waves in the 1960s, and his charge to the top of world professional surfing in the 1970s, the Jeff Hakman story is also the tale of an entire generation which fell under the spell of surfing, music, and in some cases drugs. Tells it how it was in the surfing subculture of California and Hawaii. Size: Square 4to. Bookseller Inventory # 017410

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Title: Mr. Sunset. The Jeff Hakman Story.

Publisher: Gen X in Association with General Publishing Group, Inc., London

Publication Date: 1997

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: First U.S. Edition.

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Mr Sunset is the remarkable, true story of a surfing legend. Jeff Hakman surfed waves as high as houses on Hawaii's North Shore when he was just thirteen. By seventeen he had won the world's most prestigious surfing title and been anointed the king of big wave riders by Duke Kahanamoku. At twenty one he was the most successful professional surfer the world had ever seen, and at thirty he was one of the surf industry's first millionaires. But somewhere along the way his life fell apart in the haze of drug addiction, and it has taken the courage of the little boy who surfed monster Waimea Bay with his dad to drag himself out of the gutter and start life anew.
Illustrated with contemporary and classic photos by the world's leading surf photographers, Mr Sunset reveals the surfing subculture as it has never been revealed before. If you only ever read one book about surfing, make it this one.

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