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    PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) What a riveting story McKernan tells the story of the Shackleton expedition to Antarctica from the viewpoint of Perce Blackborow a young man who stowed away aboard the Endurance at the behest of a couple of his friends Blackborow almost lands

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    PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) Excellent book My 13 year old said it was one of the best books he has read I also loved reading it

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    review ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Join or create book clubs PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) This book is a fictionalized version of Shackleton's and his crew's year and a half ordeal near Antarctica they never actually landed on the continent itself The author does a great job giving the reader a feel for what it may have been like to be there At the end of the book she explains why she presented things the way she did A great survival story that shows that no matter how powerful we humans think we are mother nature is

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    PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) Join or create book clubs Ñ 9 review Free read Shackleton's Stowaway A good novelization of the voyage from someone's else's point of view Really good fun a good spirit of adventure Highly enjoyable

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    Free read Shackleton's Stowaway PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) review ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Join or create book clubs Shackleton's Stowaway is a fabulous piece of historical fiction Well researched the characters come alive in this compellin

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    PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) Inspiring novelization of a true story On every page there is something to grab the reader Do no be put off by its classification as a children's book this is a great read

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    PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) Join or create book clubs Ñ 9 review review ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Join or create book clubs What a magnificent read shackletons stowaway is how victoria mckernen made young perce blackborows horrific adventure into a very absorbing story I literally could not put this book down and I read 80 to 90 books a year this comes out way on top This is a must read for anyone who likes a well told story of hardship comradeship and leadership from the great Sir Ernest shackletonoh and it had me close to tears at least 3

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    Join or create book clubs Ñ 9 review review ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Join or create book clubs PDF or EBOOK (Shackleton's Stowaway) I really enjoyed this book A must for anyone interested in polar exploration

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review Shackleton's Stowaway 109 LOn October 26 1914 Ernest Shackletons Endurance set sail from Buenos Aires in pursuit of the last unclaimed prize in exploration the crossing of the Antarctic continent The crew stood on deck to watch the city fade away All but one Eighteen year old Perce Blackborow hid below in a locker But the thrill of stowing away with the legendary explorer would soon turn to fear Within months the Endurance trapped and crushed by ice sank And even Perce the youngest member of the stranded crew knew there was no hope of rescue If the men were to survive in the most hostile place on earth they would have to do it on their ownVictoria McKernan deftly weaves the hard to fathom facts of this famous voyage into an epic edge of your seat survival nove. What a magnificent read shackletons stowaway is how victoria mckernen made young perce blackborows horrific adventure into a very absorbing story I literally could not put this book down and I read 80 to 90 books a year this comes out way on top This is a must read for anyone who likes a well told story of hardship comradeship and leadership from the great Sir Ernest shackletonoh and it had me close to tears at least 3 timesThank you victoria mckernen for giving me a story that will last with me a very long time

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review Shackleton's Stowaway 109 On October 26 1914 Ernest Shackletons Endurance set sail from Buenos Aires in pursuit of the last unclaimed prize in exploration the crossing of the Antarctic continent The crew stood on deck to watch the city fade away All but one Eighteen year old Perce Blackborow hid below in a locker But the thrill of stowing away with the legendary explorer would soon turn to fear Within months the Endurance trapped and crushed by ice sank And even Perce the youngest member of the stranded crew knew there was no hope of rescue If the men were to survive in the most hostile place on earth they would have to do it on their own Victoria McKernan deftly weaves the hard to fathom facts of this famous voyage into an epic edge of your seat survival nove. What a riveting story McKernan tells the story of the Shackleton expedition to Antarctica from the viewpoint of Perce Blackborow a young man who stowed away aboard the Endurance at the behest of a couple of his friends Blackborow almost lands in the mouth of killer whales helps the photographer take pictures from the yardarms and has his toes amputated during their time of being cast away on Elephant Island after the Endurance is trapped in the ice As hard as it is for me to understand Perce still would have gone on the expedition if he had known what lay ahead because of the intrepid leadership of Shackleton who seemed to be everywhere when a steadying hand was needed and because of the camaraderie of the crew McKernan bases the story on letters articles journals and interviews of the crew She captures the struggle for survival so well that I needed to remind myself to breathe when the crew members were holding their breath What courage most of the men show Perce s own struggles with fear that he would not be strong or brave enough come across as so real This book is a good read for any teen or adult but I especially recommend it for young men who need to see manhood from the point of view of someone who is not a sports hero Men like Ernest Shackleton and Perce Blackborow are real men a rare thing

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review Shackleton's Stowaway 109 LOn October 26 1914 Ernest Shackletons Endurance set sail from Buenos Aires in pursuit of the last unclaimed prize in exploration the crossing of the Antarctic continent The crew stood on deck to watch the city fade away All but one Eighteen year old Perce Blackborow hid below in a locker But the thrill of stowing away with the legendary explorer would soon turn to fear Within months the Endurance trapped and crushed by ice sank And even Perce the youngest member of the stranded crew knew there was no hope of rescue If the men were to survive in the most hostile place on earth they would have to do it on their ownVictoria McKernan deftly weaves the hard to fathom facts of this famous voyage into an epic edge of your seat survival nove. This book is a fictionalized version of Shackleton s and his crew s year and a half ordeal near Antarctica they never actually landed on the continent itself The author does a great job giving the reader a feel for what it may have been like to be there At the end of the book she explains why she presented things the way she did A great survival story that shows that no matter how powerful we humans think we are mother nature is powerful