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Digital Subscriptions > Row360 > Issue 20 - Oct | Nov 2017 > Rowing Through the Barbed Wire Fence

Rowing Through the Barbed Wire Fence

Rima Karaliene’s


Many sporting memoirs are ghost-written. Rowing through the Barbed Wire Fence has none of the signs of that and yet it was not written by its protagonist, Povilas Liutkaitis, but by his daughter. Rima is born during the story but her account is as vivid as if she was there. A good sporting memoir is not made of just the goals scored – or races won – but it must possess emotional punch and be vividly and engagingly written. This book has these qualities in spades.

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