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About the AuthorPeter Nichols is the author of the highly praised account of his solo journey across the Atlantic, Sea Change (Profile, 1998), the William Hill prize shortlisted Voyage for Madmen about the Round the World Yacht Race and his novel Lodestar. He lives in New England with his wife and baby.
Author 1Peter Nichols
Editorial ReviewA detailed . portrait of a man whose talents should have earned him a higher place in history. -- Kirkus Reviews "A fascinating account." -- Edmonton Sun A fascinating account. --Edmonton Sun "Nichols delivers a dramatic, highly colored narrative about the head-on collision between two worldviews."--Washington Post "A well-written and lively tale, filled with insightful analysis and telling details."--Seattle Times "A powerful story played out against a beguiling landscape."--New York Times Book Review "A fascinating account ... a finely researched, engaging book."--Atlanta Journal-Constitution "A fascinating account."--Edmonton Sun "A detailed ... portrait of a man whose talents should have earned him a higher place in history."--Kirkus Reviews "[It's] hard not to share Nichols' fascination with how FitzRoy...inadvertantly set off a scientfic controversy."--Publishers Weekly "Marvelous...a fascinating and expert amalgam of history, science, anthropology and adventure."--Derek Lundy, author of The Way of a Ship "This engrossing account of Fitzroy's life reads like the finest historical fiction."--Sunday Telegraph A well-written and lively tale, filled with insightful analysis and telling details. --Seattle Times" A powerful story played out against a beguiling landscape. --New York Times Book Review" Nichols delivers a dramatic, highly colored narrative about the head-on collision between two worldviews. --Washington Post" A fascinating account ... a finely researched, engaging book. --Atlanta Journal-Constitution" This engrossing account of Fitzroy s life reads like the finest historical fiction. --Sunday Telegraph" A fascinating account. --Edmonton Sun" [It s] hard not to share Nichols fascination with how FitzRoy...inadvertantly set off a scientfic controversy. --Publishers Weekly" A detailed portrait of a man whose talents should have earned him a higher place in history. --Kirkus Reviews" Marvelous...a fascinating and expert amalgam of history, science, anthropology and adventure. --Derek Lundy, author of The Way of a Ship"
LanguageEnglish
Number of Pages336
PublisherHarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd