Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: Dutton, 2004.
A Fine first edition/first printing housed in an equally handsome dust-jacket.
When a blizzard traps a team of Air National Guard servicemen in their remote Alaska airbase, their only hope is to find a way out before the weather destroys everything. As the storm worsens, the men start to lose hope. But then a miracle happens: A break in the clouds reveals a faint light in the distance. They set out on foot to find the source, and soon they're engulfed in a whiteout snowstorm. With no visibility and temperatures plunging below zero, the men are at the mercy of the elements. But somehow they make it to the base, where they're greeted with relief and a sense of wonder at what they've survived.
This gripping novel tells the story of a group of men as they fight against the elements in order to survive. The story is full of suspense as the men try to find a way out and keep themselves safe. The novel is written in a way that is easy to read and follows the characters as they struggle; 8vo; 374 pages; MR.