Synopses & Reviews
A fascinating, intimate look at a legendary expedition Robert Scott's final journey to the South Pole has been called one of history's greatest tales of adventure, and in his journals this extraordinary mission is recorded in vivid detail; readers are carried with Scott and his companions until the final entry on March 29th, 1912. Scott's writing is a harrowing narration of an expedition filled with drama and cruel disappointment. In his conversational entries there is fascinating insight into the character of an icon of courage and adventure. Abridged.
"Scott was an incredibly coherent writer, and his thoughts, feelings, and observations are very sensitively portrayed by narrator David Horovitch, who brings great emotional depth to this tragic episode." —Library Journal
About the Author
Robert Scott (1868-1912) was a British explorer who led two expeditions to the South Pole. David Horovitch is a British actor.