The Way of a Seabird is the story of a real life adventure.
Malcolm McCulloch at age forty-two was an airline captain at the top of his game. He had eighteen years left to serve in his career with Air Canada.
He also had dreams and aspirations for his life, which could only be realized by resigning from his lucrative occupation and allowing himself to interact with events randomly and spontaneously.
The author invites his readers to share the entirety of this thirty-year, inspirational journey as it unfolds throughout the book.
The narrative, teeming with anecdotes and sprinkled with the author’s unique philosophy is a study of the determination never to lose track of life’s short but noble experiment.