Shipwreck at the bottom of the world: the extraordinary true story of Shackleton and the Endurance

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Describes the events of the 1914 Shackleton Antarctic expedition when, after being trapped in a frozen sea for nine months, their ship, Endurance, was finally crushed, forcing Shackleton and his men to make a very long and perilous journey across ice and stormy seas to reach inhabited land.

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This was an interesting read. I thought the author did an excellent job of taking a potentially dry and boring story (history) and made it a great read. Read full review

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I think the big message in this story is about perseverance. I liked this story because it was written well to keep my interest. I do not normally like historical books but this one was written well ... Read full review

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Contents

The Imperial TransAntarctic Expedition
2
The Growlers
10
The Fist of the Antarctic
17
Copyright

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