The Lonely Sea and the Sky
The autobiography of aviator and sailor Sir Francis Chichester, who was the second person to fly solo from England to Australia. It is a tale of ardour and adventure, of intrepid endeavours on land, on the sea and in the air, and of the physical and mental challenges he faced.
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THE BEGINNING OF THINGS
SHADES OF THE PRISON HOUSE
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