Great book, and men like Capt a cook makes one proud to be English! Students today should be required to read his tailsPublished 2 days ago by Michael GreenWest Coast British
I like history and especially nautical influence. Enjoyed this book and the exploration facets. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys history with a nautical influencePublished 7 months ago by E. I. Lentz Jr.
This has added to my burgeoning collection on this subject-matter of whom I have been a fan since 12yo and never tire of reading about this phenomenal explorer. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mark Storer
I have finished reading the first half. It is like reading the
Bible but worthwhile. The book LONGITUDE got me interested
I love first hand accounts of exploration. However, the person who edited the journal focused a lot on technical sailing matters and not so much on the discoveries and the day to... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Peggy tibbs
It was cool to read about Cook's journeys while staying right around the corner from where his last one tragically ended. Read morePublished 23 months ago by K. Raudive
I was reading "Blue Latitudes" in which the author, T.Horwitz,follows J. Cook's 3-Pacific voyages & tells of his 2000+ personal experiences in the same locales. Read morePublished on October 28, 2012 by E. waite