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I'm a huge Philbrick fan. Heart of the Sea is one of my favorites. Sea of Glory is very interesting but not quite at that level.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
A good read about a voyage that not a lot of people have read about. It's unfortunate that so much of the politics of this journey don't get aired in the book. Read morePublished 21 days ago by HeavyElectronicsBuyer
The true story of this 4-year voyage of discovery is an epic tale and an important piece of the history of our planet as we know it today -- definitely fascinating and worth... Read morePublished 2 months ago by melonmusic
What an outstanding scientific accomplishment by a disciplined hardnosed man. Too bad he was such a miserable s*** to work for. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Wolfgang Schulz
Like all of Nathaniel Philbrick's journeys at sea — an excellent read.Published 3 months ago by James O.S.CT
Like all of Nathaniel Philbrick's books, excellent read, excellent source of history.Published 3 months ago by Joan O'Connor
Incredible story of history and thoroughly enjoyable writing.Published 3 months ago by Chris F. Pierson
I have several books written by Nathaniel Philbrick and have thoroughly enjoyed sharing the exacting research and insight. This work is no exception. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Charles Morgan
Fascinating story of a lost part of American history. Folks from Seattle, especially, should read this because you'll learn about the folks all of the spots in Puget Sound were... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Seth E Kolloen