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North of Hope by Shannon Huffman Polson

Alaskan Wilderness. Beauty. The horror of a fatal bear attack, the first few words of the Anchorage Daily News article here.

Hatred. Healing. Hope.

You have to pick up this book. It will be difficult to put down.

Read about one woman’s quest to retrace her father’s final steps.

There are no simple answers. Pain is messy.

I recommend this book to you even if you don’t usually enjoy memoirs. This one is different.

Disclaimer: The publisher provided a free copy of this book in return for my honest review.

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