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Overall a good read. The amount of names and quotes thrown around, along with the jumping between stories of expeditions can make it a little hard to follow,
Mawson was... Read more
this was a way too long history of many trips taken by these men. It was hard to read and i never chose to finish it.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Its got some good but alot of boring. 28 men stuck in a hut for days in windy freezing wheather and getting along is not going to happen.Published 1 month ago by john weick
This incredible true story ranks right up there with Sir Douglas Mawson's "Mawson's Will." If the reader is looking for a truly awesome read of hardship, courage, and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mort Mason
Great story but, it's told in a rather slow random manner. The story starts in media res which grabs the reader's attention but, then it reverts back to the history and setup of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joe Consumer
Poor knowledge of geography by the narrator when he repeatedly uses degrees followed by feet when it is degrees then minutes and seconds of latitude and longitude. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shorthair
A tremendously thorough and often gripping accounting of one of the least known but most harrowing and productive expeditions to the Antarctic that ever occurred. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Philip Rizzi