Shackleton by Ranulph Fiennes – Our Review
Biographical books and documentaries on the life of Sir Ernest Shackleton are not uncommon however rarely are they written from such a perspective that fellow polar explorer Ranulph Fiennes can produce.
Fiennes is an excellent story teller, which Shackleton was famous for, and this kindred spirit has produced a highly readable book that retells the Shackleton story with a realistic and engaging narrative. For those who have a fascination for the great exploration era of the early 20th century, this is a great refresher that highlights the many struggles and flaws, and ultimate triumphs of the enigmatic Ernest Shackleton and his contemporaries from an age that will never be seen again.
Review by Marty @ Great Escape Books