Running the Amazon
by Joe Kane
In 1985 a team of hand-picked adventurers, including writer Joe Kane, embarked on a journey that would take them to the remote headwaters of the Amazon Basin. But that was just the beginning of the trip. Their goal: to navigate the world’s longest river from source to mouth, a feat never before recorded.
Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mt. Everest Disaster
A chilling account of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster as told by John Krakauer, author of Into the Wild, who witnessed the tragedy unfold firsthand.
Into the Wild
Interesting and intriguing story of Christopher Macandless’s adventure. Some say that when Christopher chose to travel without a map, or even rudimentary survival gear it was a road to intentional suicide. Others maintain he was a foolhardy young man and lacked the necessary preparation and equipment for the journey. You be the judge.
Death in the Long Grass
Peter Hathaway Capstick
In this, his first book, Capstick shows us why he became a legend in the world of big game hunting. Capstick makes a field of ten foot high grass (and the angry fauna that no doubt reside there) the most terrifying thing on planet earth, but also the most exciting.
Wind, Sand, and Stars
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Antoine de Saint-Exupery, a French pilot better known for his work The Little Prince, was equal parts adventurer and literary giant. His poetic musings on the life well lived, combined with his recounting of various calamities he and others faced while flying the mail over the Sahara and the Andes mountains, makes this one adventure book no man should be without.
Mysterious ancient cave paintings, cities of pure gold and secret scrolls. An exciting tale adventure and intrigue that will keep you on the edge of your seat!
The Ezekiel Code
Gary Val Tenuta
The code must be deciphered to save the planet, and only one man can accomplish the task…if he can figure out how before it’s too late.