Now in paperback to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the original publication and including images discovered in Antarctica in 2013!
In 1914, the polar explorer Ernest Shackleton announced an ambitious plan to lead the first trek across Antarctica via the South Pole. The expedition would prove fraught with adventure – and peril. South is the remarkable tale of the ill-fated expedition, told in Shackleton’s own words – breathtakingly illustrated in this unique edition with photography from the expedition, modern images of the Antarctic, and newly discovered photos from the Ross Sea Party. PB 381 pages