(FREE) Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage
Seems momentary and desperate Greenes Farevvell to Follie Sent to Courtiers and Scholers, as a President to Warne Them from the Vaine Delights, That Drawes Youth on to Repentance. Robert Greene. Vtriusq[ue] Academia in Artibus Magister. (1617) life threatening jeopardy is seconds away An absolute page turner and the fact this book has never been out of print says it all about itsasting Dare To Be Hero legacy Brilliant from start to finish absolutely worth every penny and a book youl read and re read over the years Enjoy For scientific discovery give me Scott for speed and efficiency of travel give me Amundsen but when disaster strikes and all hope is gone get down on your knees and pray for Shackleton Sir Raymond Priestly Antarctic Explorer and Geologist There can be Sedition and Alchemy: A Biography of John Cale little doubt that Shackleton in his way was an extraordinaryeader 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 Trans Antarctic Exposition 1914 17 under the The (Underground) Railroad in African American Literature leadership of Sir Ernest Shackleton struggled with for than 400 days They endured and survived some of the most incredible unbelievable conditions ever experienced and Alfred Lansing captures the urgency the deprivation and the desperation with spellbinding storytellingRecommendation Best adventure story ever Should be read by all especially those of high school age In all the world there is no desolation complete than the polar night It is a return to the Ice Age no warmth noife no movement p 46Basic Books Kindle Edition 268 pages 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 I m in the midst of a hugely enjoyable read ots 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 I obtained this book via one of s second hand sellers was so pleased with the price and condition of the book which arrived very promptly indeedIt s an amazing story of human endurance and spirit against seemingly overwhelming odds well written and very detailed by an author who as well as using the diaries of the participants actually interviewed some of the surviving ones some years after the event As a result you can see its authenticityI ve also recently watched available on C4 All 4 or whatever it calls itself the two part dramatisation of this story and I recommend it. 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.
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very hostile environment in c 1915 and full of detail the reader almost getshostile environment in c 1915 Stark and full of detail the reader almost gets 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 et 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 Indiras Objective Agronomy MCQs for Agricultural Competitive Examinations long time It s a well documented and exciting story with a bit of a historyesson that really held my interest It s a popular book that is deserving of its high ratings I just finished reading 2 of Grann s books Lost City of Z The White Darkness The The Great Black Way: L.A. in the 1940s and the Lost African-American Renaissance 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 yearsater all hands were rescued through the extraordinary will of the men who found themselves at the mercy of the elements Lansing s research grasp of the situation in which these men found themselves in conjunction with his writing style has put this book at the top of my all time favorites Fabulous Fabulous Anyone 12 or older will be blown away by this true story this writer An incredible adventure The beginning was a ittle 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
he failed to convey how challenging it really was YouTubers name is Thoughty2 I bought this book it appeared on a few ists of books you must read several different people had independently put this book on their Story Alchemy Authors Craft Book 2 listsAfter reading it you can see why It s a great read very exciting and dramatic and of course it tells a story of the most incredible human achievement The survival of the crew is nothing short of a miracle I was filled with admiration and respect for Shackleton and his men Their experience skill ingenuity determination and endurance They survived in th. 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. E artic they survived in small boats on the open sea they even had to mountaineer acrossand It s a stunning tale and a must read I really think this is one the greatest survival stories of all time This is an amazing account of Shackleton s "journey went into intricate details about the "that into intricate details about the and turns every step of the way for this small group of brave explorers It reads Oral and Written Poetry in African Literature Today like a thrilling fiction novel but the fact that it is non fiction makes it even astounding The description really paints a true picture of the hellacious conditions that they continued to face time and time again This book really put into perspective what a challenge truly is A simple headache that we might get now is nowhere near getting your sleeping bag drenched and still having to sleep in it in temperatures near 0 when you don t know how the weather or current is going to change while you try to sleep Great read and really hard to put down because even though you think you know what s going to happen you still have to find out how Would highly recommend if you reooking for a goo In 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton set out on an expedition to make the first and crossing of the barren Antarctic continent from the e 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 wordadmit he failed to convey how challenging it really was YouTubers name is Thoughty2 I bought this book
of every page The story told here is simply remarkable and the attitude of the brave souls in itevery page The story told here is simply remarkable and the attitude of the brave souls in it retold Lansing simultaneously creates this hero image around Shackleton and as a historian I know this is easy to do when one is being somewhat subjective with selecting what to include but Lansing manages to create a very raw and real feel to Shackleton as a person and a eader Crucially important however he manages to encapsulate the characters attitudes and morale of every man aboard the fateful expedition and fantastically weaves a tale of immense suspense and intriguing description How this has not been made into a movie for the modern day is frankly beyond me Incredible book One of the most gripping fact or fiction books ever written one of the most ridiculous tales of adventure on the printed page Lansing s style doesn t go in for wild hyperbole as he doesn t need to the meticulous research multiple sources of information and the simple facts of the story of the crew of the endurance tell a gripping tale Every triumph. Ntly narrated book with over 200000 copies sold has ong been acknowledged as the definitive account of the Endurance's fateful trip To write their authoritative story Lansing consulted with ten of the surviv. ,