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With Lewis, Ethelreda; By Horn, Alfred Aloysius; Introduction by Cahill, Tim
Down on his luck in old age, Horn recounts his wild youth as an ivory trader in central Africa, journeying into jungles, navigating treacherous rivers, freeing slaves, and meeting Cecil Rhodes, the founder of Rhodesia. This is the stuff of legends.
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Edited by Cahill, Tim
Collects tales of travel misadventures from Bill Bryson, Dave Barry, Anne Lamott, David Sedaris, Adair Lara, Randy Wayne White, Mark Salzman, JP Donleavy, Elliot Neal Hester, and other travel writers.
By Shackleton, Sir Ernest Henry; Foreword by Cahill, Tim
This first-person account of the Endurance crew's famed odyssey across the frozen Antarctic is a classic tale of survival, resolve, and leadership.
Insightful yet always funny, Tim Cahill may be the most entertaining travel/adventure writer around, with loyal readers in Rolling Stone and Outside. Here is his uproarious journey from the southernmost point in Chile to the Artic Circle, by truck, in world-record time--22 days. ...Eight pages of black-and-white photographs.Read more
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