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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"It was probably a family thing - Robinson Crusoe in the genes", 28 Feb. 2015 This review is from: My Father's Island: A Galapagos Quest (Pelican Press) (Paperback) Starting as a child in California ... Read full review

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Angermeyer offers an unusual look at the Galapagos Islands from the perspective of its settlers, especially her German family who fled Hitler in the 1930s. She heard of these relatives as a child in ... Read full review


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