TAI KI, To The Point of No Return,

By: Kuno Knobl, translated

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TAI KI, To The Point of No Return, by Kuno Knobl, translated by Rita and Robert Kimber
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Little, Brown and Co, publishers, first English language edition ISBN:0316499501, 1976. hardcover, 7" x 9½", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Map endpapers ('The Route of the Tai Ki'), 96 full-colour photographs (few double-spreads), and maps. TAI KI tells of the unforgettable adventure of eight men on board the authentic replica of a two-thousand-year-old Chinese junk who sailed in an attempt to prove that ancient mariners once voyaged from east Asia to Central and South America. A dramatic account of courage and rescue on the high seas.

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