An engrossing and eye-opening tale of one man’s life and of wilderness conceptions, this vivid description of an area of Alaska that few people get to experience is authentic and enlightening. It is an extraordinary contribution to the literature of place from one of Alaska’s most accomplished nature writers.
When he articulates the feelings evoked by traveling alone across Alaska’s northern tundra, Sherwonit is clearly in his element. His prose is beautiful, lively, and informative.
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