Phantom Islands of the Atlantic: The Legends of Seven Lands that Never Were
In a series of investigations Donald Johnson draws on his seafaring skill to plot the voyages of early mariners and discover where they were when they saw the fabled lands, and why they remember them as awesome, fearful places.'
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PHANTOM ISLANDS OF THE ATLANTIC: The Legends of Seven Lands That Never WereUser Review - Kirkus
Entertaining voyages into the geography of the imagination, from a sailor and journalist (Charting the Sea of Darkness, not reviewed). In the early days of cartography, islands came and islands went ... Read full review
Phantom islands of the Atlantic: the legends of seven lands that never wereUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Johnson is a maritime historian and sailor who has crossed the Atlantic five times in a 27' sailboat. His "phantom islands" were usually "discovered" after a storm or during a fog when the navigator ... Read full review