And welcome to Day 2 of our Travel Book Menage! Yesterday started off with a bang, with great comments and discussion, so thank you for all of that.
As per usual, I thought we could take a day discussing each of these books separately. Today's book is Tony Horiwtiz's Blue Latitudes: Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before. My questions are below; as always, answer as few or as many as you'd like, or feel free to ask some new questions of your own!
1. If you had to classify this book in one nonfiction "genre," what genre would you pick? Or what new genre would you make up for it?
2. Which geographic area/segment of the book did you most enjoy? Least enjoy?
3. Do you think Horwitz did a good job of describing the "real" Captain Cook?
Okay, have at. And thanks again for joining in--the Menage was just what I needed this week.