Greenwich Society Reviewed the Book Kendall's Longitude by John Bendall
The book Kendall's Longitude by John Bendall was reviewed by the Greenwich Society. The overall annotations received by the book were encouraging as it was stated that the book has the substance of taking one back into history. It is a good read for people having an interest in reading history or historical novels.
The Kendall's Longitude is the story of a watch called K2. The author astonishingly portrays the incidents the watch met on its audacious expeditions, the people it impressed and places it’s been to. K2 was first escorted by a young lad Nelson. Then it survived kidnappings, nautical plotting and gunpowder schemes of American wars. Find out how K2 returned to Greenwich in 1963 in this amazing historical story.
John Bendall is currently residing in Greenwich with his wife Jane. He has an extensive background in Economics, History, Political Science and Marketing. For now, he is working as an independent researcher. He is also working as a director at an English School in Canterbury.