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'In this ultimate test of human limits, Ed shows that he's a true survivor.' Sir Ranulph Finnes
A must-read for those who enjoy tales of adrenaline fuelled exploits and heroic explorations. Perfect for extreme sports and adventure fans, those who enjoy bushcraft or outdoor cooking, and those watch The Island.
About the Author
Ed Stafford holds the Guinness World Record for being the first man to walk the Amazon River. This extraordinary achievement was documented in his first book and accompanying TV show, Walking the Amazon. Ed was also named European Adventurer of the Year 2011. He started running expeditions after retiring from the British Army as a captain in 2002 and has led expeditions all over the world, including community and conservation expeditions in Belize, Guatemala and Borneo; extreme cold weather expeditions in Patagonian Argentina and northern ice cap traverses in Chile. Naked and Marooned is Ed’s second book.
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Although a book is edited and considered, it feels much more real and had the elements that made it a human account, a more graphic account which really makes it engaging.
5 stars. Highly recommended.
a good life lesson on how to cope with self doubts, loneliness , cold, hunger, and thirst, and the sheer will to carry on.!..a good read !
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I always enjoy Eds shows on Discovery and it was great to be inside his head for the time he spent on Olorua