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    This is an amazing account of Shackleton's journey that went into intricate details about the twists and turns ev

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    Very cold Always cold This is a very detailed true story about men trying to survive in a very hostile environment in c 1915 Stark and full of detail the reader almost gets to feel the cold hunger and pain the crew experienced while trying to s

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    “There can be little doubt that Shackleton in his way was an extraordinary leader of men” p 11There is no doubt in my mind that I would not be able to endure even one the best day of the unimaginable hardships that the men of the Imperial

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    In 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton set out on an expedition to make the first land crossing of the barren Antarctic continent from the east to the west coast The expedition failed to accomplish its objective but became recognized instead as an amazing feat of endurance Shackleton and a crew of 27 plus one stowaway first headed to the We

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    I just finished reading 2 of Grann’s books Lost City of Z & The White Darkness The latter is the story of Henry Worsley the grandson of Frank Worsley one of the “extraordinary” men in Lansing’s Endurance Grann suggested Endurance as a worthy read Sir Earnest Shackleton & Frank Worsley were two of some 20 men who incredibly survived a journey to Antarctica that went awry from almost its onset Two years later all hands were

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    What a page turner Lansing is a master for the description of those explorers hardships desire to follow Shacketon' orders I kept saying to myself that there are few humans today that are as tough as those men I recommend this book to add to the collection of those books that give us the knowledge of what it takes to conu

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    This has to be one of the best books I have ever read without doubt It is utterly gripping intricately and expertly written keeping you hooked on every word of every page The story told here is simply remarkable and the attitude of the brave souls in it marvelously retold Lansing simultaneously creates this hero image around Shackleton and

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    An incredible adventure The beginning was a little tough for me to read but the deeper I went the I couldn't put the book down I've bought it because one YouTuber made a video about this story but after reading it I have to admit he failed to convey how challenging it really was YouTubers name is Thoughty2

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    I'm in the midst of a hugely enjoyable 'read lots of books about polar exploration' marathon and having 'done' Scott moved on to Shackleton I obtained this book via one of 's second hand sellers and was so pleased with the price and condition of the book which arrived very promptly indeedIt's an amazing story

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    One of the most gripping fact or f

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    I bought this book after it appeared on a few lists of books you must read several different people had independently put this book on their listsAfter reading it you can see why It’s a great read very exciting and dramatic and of

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The astonishing saga of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton's survival for over a year on the ice bound Antarctic seas as Time magazine put it defined heroism Alfred Lansing's scrupulously researched and brillia. Very cold Always cold This is a very detailed true story about men trying to survive in a very hostile environment in c 1915 Stark and full of detail the reader almost gets to feel the cold hunger and pain the crew experienced while trying to survive Antarctica and return to civilization it s amazing that anyone survived this ordeal let alone all of them Sadly many creatures and peaceful animals paid the price for mans survival The details often are so descriptive and redundant due to the scope of the story that it sometimes becomes repetitive and familiar This is because of the constant distress and horrible conditions the crew experienced for such a long time It s a well documented and exciting story with a bit of a history lesson that really held my interest It s a popular book that is deserving of its high ratings

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Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage

Ntly narrated book with over 200000 copies sold has long been acknowledged as the definitive account of the Endurance's fateful trip To write their authoritative story Lansing consulted with ten of the surviv. What a page turner Lansing is a master for the description of those explorers hardships desire to follow Shacketon orders I kept saying to myself that there are few humans today that are as tough as those men I recommend this book to add to the collection of those books that give us the knowledge of what it takes to conuer a goal Engendering Song us the knowledge of what it takes to conuer a goal

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Ing members and gained access to diaries and personal accounts by eight others The resulting book has all the immediacy of a first hand account expanded with maps and illustrations especially for this edition. An incredible adventure The beginning was a little tough for me to read but the deeper I went the I couldn t put the book down I ve bought it because one YouTuber made a video about this story but after reading it I have to admit he failed to convey how challenging it really was YouTubers name is Thoughty2