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Samurai William : the adventurer who unlocked Japan by Giles Milton
Singapore : the Japanese version by Masanobu Tsuji
Selected non-fictions by Jorge Luis Borges
The snow leopard by Peter Matthiessen
Leviathan : the unauthorised biography of Sydney by John Birmingham
A woman in the Polar night. [The author's experiences of life on Spitzbergen] by Christiane Ritter
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About meLibrarian without portfolio, working in IT at a university library. Strong ties to BC, Ontario and Queensland. Always looking forward to the next book sale.
About my libraryCurrently collecting in: maritime and polar exploration; Arctic, Antarctic, and Pacific studies; and military history, especially Australian or those with local (Queensland) history connections. I have a fair few works in both general Australian history and modern fiction, and some in Latin-American literature and poetry. I like to read about others' travels, but not guidebooks or travelogues in general.
Favorite authorsJorge Luis Borges, Amitav Ghosh, Kate Grenville, Ernest Hemingway, China Miéville, Haruki Murakami, Eric Newby, Annie Proulx, Neal Stephenson, Paul Theroux, Hunter S. Thompson, Tim Winton (Shared favorites)
Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway
LocationBrisbane, QLD, Australia
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceAug 24, 2006
Currently readingCold : extreme adventures at the lowest temperatures on Earth by Sir Ranulph Fiennes
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