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Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World

Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World

Long before Bering or Amundsen, long before Franklin or Shackleton, there was William Barents, in many ways the greatest polar explorer of them all. In this engrossing narrative of the Far North, enriched by her own adventurous sojourns in the Arctic, Andrea Pitzer brings Barents' three harrowing expeditions to vivid life--while giving us fascinating insights into one of history's most intrepid navigators.

Titulo:Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World
Idioma de edición:English
ISBN:9781982113346
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  • Lisa

    My thanks to Scribner, Andrea Pitzer and Netgalley.I finally quit this book at 50%. This wasn't the authors fault, but the subject's. I really couldn't help thinking about how truly ignorant they were...

  • Joyce

    320 pages5 starsIn 1594, William Barents, a Dutchman, was to undertake the first of his three voyages North to search for a passage to China. The Dutch hoped to establish trade with the Chinese and lo...

  • Jackie

    ARC received through NetgalleyThis is an interesting story that I was unfamiliar with. Sadly failed Dutch expeditions of the 1500s just don't seem to make it into school curriculum. The book was very ...

  • Jeremy Anderberg

    “Though Barents never gained fame in battle and never found a trade route to China, he had planted a seed for a new kind of explorer, one whose fame lay in a combination of knowledge and endurance r...

  • Ula

    Ever since I stumbled upon an article on “Wired”, in which Andrea Pitzer described her travel to the Far North, I knew I have to read the whole book. Her writing was fresh, clear, and beautiful, s...

  • Ryan Hixson

    Icebound: Shipwrecked at The Edge of the World by Andrea Pitzer is a one part quest for a trade route from Europe to China through the north, and is one part survival story of the nature. This nonfict...

  • Carmen212

    I usually like a lot of detail esp. in history books. Over-arching and sweeping is fine, but the details is what gets me. But in Icebound the details had me bogged down just as the sailors were bogged...

  • Patricia

    What an interesting book! I did enjoy reading ICEBOUND: SHIPWRECKED AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD. It was fascinating how courageous these men were and how they continued on. What an enjoyable book!...

  • David V.

    Received as an ARC from the publisher. Started 10-29-20. Finished 11-4-20. I can remember in my childhood studying "The Age of Exploration" to death!!! But I don't remember ever hearing about the Dutc...

  • Cav

    I'm a big a fan of accounts of real-life sagas and incredible journeys, so I put this one on my list as soon as I came across it. Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World details three 16th ...

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