Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage


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'Sir Ernest Shackleton and his crew make today's hightech adventurers look like dilettantes. Their interminable voyage across frozen land and open sea is one of the most harrowing survival stories of all time.' Sebastian Junger, author of the bestselling The Perfect Storm. In 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton and a crew of 27 men set sail for the South Atlantic on board the Endurance. The object of the expedition was to cross the Antarctic overland. In October 1915, still half a continent away from their intended base, the ship ...

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Jun 29, 2020


Narra las vicisitudes de unos exploradores y cómo logran vencerlas. Escritura muy bien lograda.


May 30, 2014

Fascinating account

If you like adventure stories, you'll enjoy this book. How this was organized, managed, and endured is amazing. You'll want to stay warm while reading it!

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Jan 27, 2014


The title of this book says it all. I first read this book in Jr. High school and it tore me apart. People today have no conception of what those who went before went through just to survive. The fairly recent revival of interest in Shackleton and his voyage serves to show us today what can be done. Many of those who die in extreme conditions do so because they just give up. This book is worth reading and owning just to get a new perspective on life. I was thrilled to find a copy and at 71 years I still find inspiration in the story.


Mar 22, 2012


These were very strong men who had the mentality to survive in extreme cold and with almost no food and shelter.

Daniel K

Jan 27, 2011

Great Book!

This is one of those books everyone should have on their book shelf.

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