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Books have always been a source of inspiration, information and even comfort for travellers but until now you could only pack as many books as you could comfortably carry. Luckily for us, e-readers present the perfect solution to this age-old problem and now the traveller’s only constraint is the number of decent ebooks on the market. In this blog series, Cascada scours the internet so you don’t have to, picking out and reviewing the best Patagonia-related ebooks for your trip, to help you choose which to download and which to dismiss. You won't find any guidebook reviews here, this is a space for novels, travelogues, memoirs... anything that will get you in the mood for your journey to Patagonia. If you're keen to get kaleidoscope updates subscribe to our Feed Feed or via Email

Patagonia Ebook Reviews: Patagonia

May 8, 2015 - 14:26
Patagonia Ebook Reviews: Patagonia

So far in this series on ebooks relating to Patagonia, we’ve reviewed Simon Worrall’s memoir The River of DesireThe Tourist Trail by John Yunker, Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green, The Condor’s Feather by Margaret Muir, Patagonia - A Cultural History by Chris Moss, Enduring Patagonia by Gregory Crouch and The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin. This time, we read Patagonia by Jaime Said (thanks to the publisher for a review copy), a recent attempt at a comprehensive survey of Patagonia - with unimpressive results.

Patagonia Ebook Reviews: The Voyage of the Beagle

April 28, 2015 - 11:25
Patagonia Journey ebook

So far in this series on ebooks relating to Patagonia, we’ve reviewed Simon Worrall’s memoir The River of Desire, The Tourist Trail by John Yunker, Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green, The Condor’s Feather by Margaret Muir, Patagonia - A Cultural History by Chris Moss and Enduring Patagonia by Gregory Crouch. This time, we picked up the most timeless classic of all Patagonia travelogues - The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin - and set off on a journey to the Patagonia as seen two centuries ago by the world's most famous naturalist.

Patagonia Ebook Reviews: Enduring Patagonia

February 27, 2013 - 11:45

So far in this series on ebooks relating to Patagonia, we’ve reviewed Simon Worrall’s memoir The River of Desire, The Tourist Trail by John Yunker, Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green, The Condor’s Feather by Margaret Muir and Patagonia - A Cultural History by Chris Moss. This time, we get to grips with the timeless allure of Patagonia’s mountains, and the men who dedicate their lives to climbing them, in Enduring Patagonia by Gregory Crouch.

Patagonia Ebook Reviews: Patagonia - A Cultural History

February 18, 2013 - 14:37

So far in this series on ebooks relating to Patagonia, we’ve reviewed Simon Worrall’s memoir The River of Desire, The Tourist Trail by John Yunker, Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green and The Condor’s Feather by Margaret Muir. This time, we delve deep into the human story of the land at the end of the Earth with Patagonia - A Cultural History by Chris Moss, with thanks to the publisher for the review copy.

Patagonia Ebook Reviews: The Condor's Feather

December 6, 2012 - 12:30

So far in this series on ebooks relating to Patagonia, we’ve reviewed Simon Worrall’s memoir The River of Desire, The Tourist Trail by John Yunker and Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green. In this blog we take a historical horseback ride through the Patagonian plains with The Condor’s Feather by Margaret Muir, with thanks to the author for the review copy.