Steve Davey is the author of the first book in this series, Unforgettable Places to See Before You Die, which so far has been published in 16 languages.
Marc Schlossman is a professional photographer who was the co-photographer of Unforgettable Places to See Before You Die.
Pages and pages of of dream-vacation ideas: blue oceans, palm trees, brilliant orange sunsets.--Patti Thorn"Rocky Mountain News (Denver)" (08/03/2007)
This is an entertaining, well-illustrated book ideal for people who in fact aren't likely to visit such places but will come away having learned a bit.--George Fetherling"Seven Oaks Magazine (www.sevenoaksmag.com)" (07/03/2007)
This is my kind of book! This dream book is motivating and inspiring even if you never get out of your chair.--Liz Grogan"Good Times" (03/01/2007)
This book successfully conjures a bittersweet mixture of silent awe for the sublime beauty of these 46 islands, and seething envy for people, like the author and his collaborator, who manage to traipse around the globe visiting them all. Expert photography moves between the mundane and the mystical in its portrayal of the life and landscapes of these islands.... The reader is tantalized with an array of visions of paradise and rugged mystical haunts, all surrounded by seas of as many shades of blue as there are islands themselves.-- (07/01/2007)
You'll forget summertime blues while skipping from [island to island]... And you'll surely be inspired to make plans for an island getaway in the future, regardless of the season.-- (08/01/2007)
With [its] splendid photographs, reading this book is like taking a trip without leaving home.--Ontario Sailor (04/01/2009)
This book offers some breathtaking, out of the way places. Even if [you] never make it to [your] island destination, at [you'll] enjoy the gorgeous pictures.-- (06/14/2007)
A straightforward guide to 40 islands around the world ... and myriad tropical islands in between.-- (02/01/2007)
All of the 40 destinations are brought to life through Marc Schlossman's photographs and Steve Davey's words and photographs... The result is a feeling to which purveyors of travel literature everywhere can relate: one of both satisfaction and longing.-- (02/01/2008)