'... the story of how she gathered a team of eight women... to trek to the South Pole.' --Lonely Planet Magazine, March 2011
'A unique expedition... this story is true inspriation to venture beyond your comfort zone.' --Wanderlust, March 2011
'They were simply women from all walks of life with the desire to do something different and achieve something great.' --Woman's Weekly, 8th March, 2011
`humbling tale of success in the face of 80 mile an hour winds, frostbite and deadly crevasses.' --St Christopher's Live Your Life e-zine, April 2011
Featured in The Guardian, 14th May 2011.
--The Guardian, 14th May 2011
`I almost had a tear in my eye and I'm not usually a crier ... Uplifting stuff.' --Adventure Travel, June 2011
`gripping, real-life tale.'
--Information, 21st May 2011
About the Author
Felicity Aston has spent over a decade travelling, working and living all over the Polar Regions. In 2009 she led the most international team of women ever to ski to the South Pole; this became the subject of her first book, Call of the White, a finalist in the Banff Mountain Book Competition in 2011. Outside Magazine, the leading adventure-travel magazine in the US, named her one of their 2012 Adventurers of the Year.