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This story sweeps me into the Antarctic and helps me feels the choices each character makes in a difficult situation. I love this author.Published 8 days ago by Kris J. Hill
You get caught up in the initial sense of adventure, your mind gets blown by the amount of supplies needed for the journey, and you shiver along with them, praying that they all... Read morePublished 1 month ago by nannak58
A good novelization of the voyage, from someone's else's point of view. Really good fun, a good spirit of adventure. Highly enjoyable.Published 7 months ago by GoodDirt
This is an incredible book. Interesting. Historically and geographically accurate. Entertaining. Inspiring. Appealing to children thru adults. Read morePublished 15 months ago by ginnie
Inspiring novelization of a true story. On every page there is something to grab the reader. Do no be put off by its classification as a children's book, this is a great read.Published 18 months ago by Ryan P Staley
Took awhile to get into it but then couldn't stop reading. Felt as if I were part of the expedition, strongly recommend.Published 19 months ago by DeborahLynn
Honestly the most boring book ive ever read. Wtf was the author thinking. I don't think I've ever read a worse book. Ever.Published on January 25, 2014 by Noel M Nishi
Terrific read with mix of history and appropriate teen angst, engrossing and a true page-turner, could not put it down...Published on December 24, 2012 by SLarson