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Wheat writes eloquently about how 'Antarctica is part of our story' and the fact that Eaton 'succeeds in explaining why it haunts us' in his review of the book. He summarises that 'there is real terror in this story - madness, mutiny, sudden violence, fierce storms, starvation and slow freezing'.

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