Personal journal of Dr. Hendrick Jonaszoon 1575 - 1578
The Personal journal of Dr. Hendrick Jonaszoon 1575 - 1578 is a collection of anecdotes handpicked by Dr. Hendrick Jonaszoon himself from the journal he kept during his expedition to find the source of the Madame river. Inside he tells the tales of the many discovery he and his team found along the way and the tragedy that struck them.
For a long time Dr. Hendrick Jonaszoon kept his journal as a personal thing, meant for his eyes only. It wasn't until after his oldest daughter Janette Jonaszoon read through it and recommended that he should publish it that the idea came up in him. Together with Janette Dr. Jonaszoon picked out the most interesting anecdotes and together they created the novel that can now be found in bookstores around Madamsrest.
Upon release the Personal journal of Dr. Hendrick Jonaszoon 1575 - 1578 was an instant hit with the people of Madamsrest. Dr. Jonaszoon expected the book to only be of interest to the scientific community, and was surprised to learn that even dock workers and school boys were reading his book. The book went on to become a mainstay in bookstores around Madamsrest and has never been out of print since.
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