(These adjectives sound much more frightening in French, but that’s an English blog, so I'm doing my best to translate)
The author, Pierre - Andre Molene, venerates typhoons so much that even his reader shivers with thrill of a coming disaster. He describes the destruction in an off-hand manner. He writes about a ship thrown on a hospital filled with its sailors, as if it were something usual. At the same time he is thrilled with variety of typhoons, their crushing head and primeval power. Pierre - Andre Molene is also amazed by the science that has created the precision instruments to investigate typhoons, therefore he describes excitedly the battle between the power of nature and the power of science.
The further I read the more I enjoy the book and feel the world spinning around as a whirlpool as if I were in the eye of the storm.
the pic was taken in the eye of typhoon Vera