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From the author of Walking the Amazon comes the incredible story of Ed Stafford’s sixty-day stay on an uninhabited island in the South Pacific with no supplies.

Ed Stafford—adventurer extraordinaire and Guinness World Record holder for walking the length of the Amazon River—likes a challenge. Casting about for an adventure that would top the extraordinary feat he recounts in Walking the Amazon, Stafford decides to maroon himself on an uninhabited island in the South Pacific. His mission: to survive for sixty days equipped with nothing—no food, water, or even clothing—except the video cameras he would use to document his time. Detailing Stafford’s jaw-dropping sojourn on the island of Olourua, Naked and Marooned is a tale of unparalleled adventure and of one man’s will to push himself to the outer limits—and survive.

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  • “The author’s humility and gratitude are truly inspiring. Readers will not only come away with an admiration for Stafford’s will to survive, but also a greater appreciation for everyday comforts easily taken for granted.”

    Publishers Weekly

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About the Author

Ed Stafford is the author of Walking the Amazon and is a former European Adventurer of the Year. He was also finalist for the National Geographic Adventurer of the Year in 2010, and is a Guinness World Record holder for walking the length of the Amazon River. He started running worldwide expeditions after retiring from the British army as a captain in 2002. When not leading trips, he worked alongside the United Nations in Afghanistan assisting with the running of their first-ever presidential elections. Prior to this journey, he was in production with the BBC on its conversation series Lost Land of the Jaguar. In August 2010, he became the first man to walk the length of the Amazon River, accompanied by forestry worker Gadiel “Cho” Sanchez Rivera, for all but four months of the twenty-eight month journey. Ed lives in London.