Swimming to Antarctica by Lynne Cox
Swimming to Antarctica: Book summary and reviews of Swimming to Antarctica by Lynne Cox
Swimming to Antarctica Summary
In this extraordinary book, the worlds most extraordinary distance swimmer writes about her emotional and spiritual need to swim and about the almost mystical act of swimming itself.
Swimming to Antarctica Reviews
"Cox ends her story with her swim to Antarctica, where she finishes the first Antarctic mile in 32-degree water in 25 minutes. Even though readers know she survived to tell the tale, it's a thrilling, awesome and well-written story." - Publishers Weekly.
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Lynne Cox Author Biography
Lynne Cox was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up
in Los Alamitos, California, where she still lives. She is the author of Swimming to Antarctica and Grayson. Her
articles have appeard in The New Yorker and the
Los Angeles Times Magazine, among other
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