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By: Graham Charles, Mark Jones and Marcus Waters
120 pages, Col photos, maps
Here is the tale of the journey - undertaken by three New Zealanders - and what they found on the edge of 14 million kilometers of ice and rock. They were paddling within sight of the epic landings of the sealing captains of the nineteenth century, and their story is here, too, along with notes on many of the greatest explorers of the frozen south.
From the first day, when they attempt to make a midnight camp in the middle of a penguin rookery, to the grueling final hours, this is a rare adventure. Experience what it means to venture south into Earth's iciest wonderland.
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