For twenty years, Miki qDa Catq Dora was the king of Malibu surfersaa dashing, enigmatic rebel who dominated the waves, ruled his peers' imaginations, and who still inspires the fantasies of wannabes to this day. And yet, Dora railed against surfing's sudden post-Gidget popularity and the overcrowding of his once empty waves, even after this avid sportsman, iconoclast, and scammer of wide repute ran afoul of the law and led the FBI on a remarkable seven-year chase around the globe in 1974. The New York Times named him qthe most renegade spirit the sport has yet to produceq and Vanity Fair called him qa dark prince of the beach.q To fully capture Dora's never-before-told story, David Rensin spent four years interviewing hundreds of Dora's friends, enemies, family members, lovers, and fellow surfers to uncover the untold truth about surfing's most outrageous practitioner, charismatic antihero, committed loner, and enduring mystery.aquot; To fully capture Doraa#39;s never-before-told story, David Rensin spent four years interviewing hundreds of Doraa#39;s friends, enemies, family members, lovers, and fellow surfers to uncover the untold truth about surfinga#39;s most outrageous ...
|Title||:||All for a Few Perfect Waves|
|Publisher||:||Harper Collins - 2009-03-17|