Timeless and moving journals from the world's most famous explorer read by David Horovitch.
Robert Scott (1868-1912) was a British explorer who led two expeditions to the South Pole. His race to the pole against Norway's Roald Amundsen celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2011/2.
"Scott was an incredibly coherent writer, and his thoughts, feelings, and observations are very sensitively portrayed by narrator David Horovitch, who brings great emotional depth to this tragic episode." --Library Journal