The story was in headlines across the world. In 2005, three Mexican fishermen were cast adrift 5,500 miles across the Pacific in their disabled boat. For nine months, they survived on raw fish, rainwater, and hope-filled passages from their Bible. Across the ocean, Hollywood producer Joe Kissack was drifting as well, but no headlines anounced his downward spiral into depression and substance abuse. From the outside Joe's life looked like an American success story complete with sports cars, a mini-mansion, and large salary. But on the inside addiction and anxiety were eating him alive. As he hit bottom he turned to the Bible and the God who'd been seeking him all along. In The Fourth Fisherman, discover how two stories from opposite shores intersect in a stunning saga of physical and spiritual salvation.
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