Journeys: Shannon Huffman Polson reads from and discusses her memoir North of Hope: A Daughter's Arctic Journey
Terry Tempest Williams calls North of Hope “a soulful, brave book.” Scott Russell Sanders says it is “daring, perceptive and eloquent.” Robert Clark recommends: “an enthralling story of loss, courage, and redemption.”
After her parents are killed by a grizzly, the author explores the perilous terrain of grief through music, the natural world, and her faith. Her travels take her to the concert hall and into the wilderness of Alaska's remote Arctic and of her heart. www.goo.gl/6RlCH
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