Behind the Mic: On Labyrinth of Ice by Buddy Levy, Read by Will Damron
Jonathan Smith Talks to Jo Reed About a True Story of Adventure, Disaster, and Discovery
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Narrator Will Damron makes Buddy Levy’s fascinating account of Greely’s Polar Expedition come to life. AudioFile’s Jonathan Smith and host Jo Reed discuss this audiobook history that takes listeners on a high-stakes mission to reach the North Pole. In the late 19th century, Greely’s crew conducted scientific research, launched rescue missions, and fought to stay alive. This is a harrowing adventure story, and with Damron at the helm, listeners will almost be able to feel the brutal Arctic cold.
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