CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED: Tip of the Iceberg received a number of glowing reviews from everywhere from the New York Times Book Review to The Anchorage Daily News, and received blurbs from Susan Casey, Candice Millard, and Sam Kean.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR: Turn Right at Machu Picchu was a sleeper success, hitting the hardcover New York Times list at #15, while the paperback spent four weeks on the printed list and an additional nineteen weeks on the extended list. Meet Me in Atlantis also hit the monthly Travel New York Times bestseller list.
RETURN TO STRENGTHS: Adams weaves his hilarious, fish-out-of-water travel adventures in places readers can visit with a pivotal and fascinating historical narrative, the formula that made Turn Right at Machu Picchu a hit.
BUILT-IN AUDIENCE: A million people cruise Alaska’s coast each year and an additional million visit Alaska’s other attractions. An Inside Passage cruise is the most popular destination in the United States; Orlando is number two.
WELL-CONNECTED: Adams has written for GQ, Outside, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, National Geographic Adventure, and more.
Praise for Tip of the Iceberg:
“Great nonfiction…takes a topic you thought you knew well and makes it new again…[Adams’] storytelling is guaranteed to make you want to get off your beach towel and book passage somewhere in the great wild north.”—Outside Magazine
“A literary companion to Google Earth.”—The New York Times Book Review
“Adams gives readers an eye-opening look at the past and present history of a fascinating region.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“Tip of the Iceberg, with its fresh descriptive writing, strong character development and presentation of contemporary Alaska within a historical framework, is a valuable contribution to our state’s literature. Long-time Alaskans as well as newcomers and visitors will find much to appreciate here.”—The Anchorage Daily News
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