Aku-Aku

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Rand McNally, 1958 - Easter Island - 384 pages
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The author and explorer of Kon-Tiki fame here recounts for the layman his archeological adventures on Easter island, where his expedition uncovered many facts about the island's giant statues, secret caves, ancient stone-carving natives, cannibalism, and civil wars.

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Until the expedition of Thor Heyerdahl, no archaologist had excavated Easter Island – the home of hundreds of enigmatic stone people (moai) waying many tens of tons and stretching tens of feet into ... Read full review

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A very, very good book that is both well-written and a great adventure story. Much of his writings have been disproven, but it sill makes for a great story. Sadly, I have a problem with T.H. bartering ... Read full review

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