Travels of Marco Polo

Travels of Marco Polo

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The Travels of Marco Polo (the complete Yule-Cordier Edition) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 42 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very readable version of the Travels of Marco Polo, however, it is absolutely incredible that there were no maps included. This is a story of travels to many exotic places and even if the reader is familiar with the areas Polo traveled to, the story uses the names of places as used in the 13th century. The book would have gotten 5 stars with suitable maps.
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Arctonookie More than 1 year ago
I love my Nook, but sometimes you have to search for the correct version of a book if you want to enjoy it at its highest potential - sometimes the ePub is fine, but if you want the maps and pics, you have to go with the PDF version. WHile a lot of the old classics that are available from B7N have been scanned elsewhere using ancient OCR technology that just didn't cut it, sometimes you can find them scanned using a good OCR program or with just more dedication to quality. I have gotten a lot of wonderful free and not free books from B&N, but this one I had to have the maps for, so I went to another place dedicated to saving really old manuscripts and maps - a lot of their stuff is good, some not so good. Just as anywhere - caveat emptor! But I go EVERYWHERE with my Nook!
4470 More than 1 year ago
The book had wonderful details of everything you want to know about the travels of Marco Polo, some say that he was a guy in Venice, who made it all up in his head but yet, this wonderful book tells it all which no one could have known, unless you went there. It's pact with chapters, but no maps showing his travel points, but if you follow what going on, you will understand everything well. Great book getting into the story of what it was like in the Chinese middle ages unlike anything else.
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