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Free epub The Golden Atlas: The Greatest Explorations, Quests and Discoveries on MapsAuthor Edward Brooke-Hitching –

Stunningdivine Stephen Fry A Fabulous Book, Good Enough To Eat With A Spoon Marvellous John Lloyd, Creator Of QI Perfect For The Armchair Adventurer Historian, This Is A Rich Visual Exploration Of Some Of The Most Beautiful Charts Ever Created National Geographic Introduces Us To A Whole Different Way Of Looking At Maps Great Illustrations, Most Engaging The Author Is Just A Mine Of Information Simon Mayos Books Of The YearThe Golden Atlas Is A Spectacular Visual History Of Exploration And Cartography, A Treasure Chest Of Adventures From The Chronicles Of Global Discovery, Illustrated With A Selection Of The Most Beautiful Maps Ever Created The Book Reveals How The World Came To Be Known, Featuring A Magnificent Gallery Of Exceptionally Rare Hand Coloured Antique Maps, Paintings And Engravings, Many Of Which Can Only Be Found In The Authors Collection Arranged Chronologically, The Reader Is Taken On A Breathtaking Expedition Through Ancient Babylonian Geography And Marco Polos Journey To The Mongol Khan On To Buccaneers Ransacking The Caribbean And The Voyages Of Seafarers Such As Captain Cook And Fearless African Pathfinders Their Stories Are Told In An Engaging And Compelling Style, Bringing Vividly To Life A Motley Collection Of Heroic Explorers, Treasure Hunters And Death Dealing Villains All Of Them Accompanied By Eye Grabbing Illustrations From Rare Maps, Charts And ManuscriptsThe Golden Atlas Takes You Back To A World Of Darkness And Peril, Placing You On Storm Lashed Ships, Frozen Wastelands And The Shores Of Hostile Territories To See How The Lines Were Drawn To Form The Shape Of The Modern World The Authors Previous Book, The Phantom Atlas, Was A Critically Acclaimed International Bestseller, Described By Jonathan Ross As A Spectacular, Enjoyable And Eye Opening Readand This New Book Is Sure To Follow Suit

8 thoughts on “The Golden Atlas: The Greatest Explorations, Quests and Discoveries on Maps

  1. says:

    I already owned The Phantom Atlas, and loved it, so had to have this as well.Well written, gorgeously presented, it s a nerdgasm for map lovers or, to be honest, even if you re new to the beauty of an old map as I was.Love it

  2. says:

    Bought this as a Christmas present but now need another as I m keeping the first for my own shelves The author has a beautiful style that sucks you in Adventure, history and explorationwhat s to want for.

  3. says:

    A great take on the age of exploration through the medium of cartography Interesting to read and discover how our ancestors discovered the rest of the world

  4. says:

    I had heard this book being reviewed on podcasts and it didn t disappoint

  5. says:

    Not a lot to say really, if you re interested in maps then you ll adore this book Very informative and interesting.

  6. says:

    Bought as a present a beautiful book.

  7. says:

    A beautiful book.

  8. says:

    Map lovers will love this Bought for my bright, history loving 14 yr old Sat straight down and read it cover to cover