From childhood, it was obvious that Clay Marzoâs single-minded focus on surfing was unique, his skills otherworldly. But the deeper reasons for this obsession didnât become clear until his late teens, when Marzo was diagnosed with Aspergerâs syndrome.
Marzo was already a surfing phenom, winning the National Scholastic Surfing Association championship at fifteen, but it was tough for him to relate to his peers and fit in. Only while surfing did he truly feel at peace. Just Add Water is the remarkable story of Marzoâs rise to the top of the pro surfing worldâand the personal trials he overcame in making it there. Unflinching and inspiring, it is a brave memoir from a one-of-a-kind surfing savant who has electrified fans around the world and whose story speaks to the hope and ultimate triumph of the human spirit.
âMarzo is one of the most amazing surfers to come along in years. Heâs fantasticâand so is this book. Great stuff.â âPeter Townend, 1976 world surfing champion
âAn intriguing read for any surfer, and details the life of Clay Marzo with tact and illumination. Writing the biography of one of Hawaii's most exceptional surfers is a great responsibility, and Yehling did so in a real, raw way that captures the reader's attention.â âFreesurf
About: From the best freestyle surfer in the world, an inspiring and moving memoir about his ascendance to the top of the surfing world while struggling for most of his young life with undiagnosed Asperger’s syndrome Clay Marzo has an almost preternatural gift with a surfboard.
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