In 1914, Ernest Shackleton set out on an 1,800-mile trek across Antarctica. During the three-year expedition, his team overcame shipwreck, treacherous glaciers, and a bitterly hostile climate. This account by one of Britain's greatest explorers is at once thrilling, harrowing, and inspiring.
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