My father's island: a Galapagos quest

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Viking, 1989 - Travel - 302 pages
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Angermeyer set off for the Galapagos Islands to attempt to solve a mystery about her father's death. Like her father, she came to love the Galapagos and to dream of having a life there. Her experience was filled with the perils and incomparable pleasures of living on the Galapagos.

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Great book to read before going to the Galapagos. Read full review

Review: My Father's Island: A Galapagos Quest (Pelican Press)

User Review  - Alana - Goodreads

I loved the author's description of a pre-tourist Galapagos and Ecuador. I found the history and narratives to be informative and entertaining to read. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone visiting or living in Ecuador. Read full review

Contents

The Robinsons of Galapagos
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Capitan Marco
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Hans
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