Arctic Will, 1st Edition

  • Series Name: Five Star Frontier Fiction Standing Order Plan
  • Joanne Sundell
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  • ISBN-10: 1432831755
  • ISBN-13: 9781432831752
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.19 lbs ( .54 kgs)
  • 326 Pages | Print | Hardcover
  • © 2016 | Published



Watch Eyes Trilogy (Book 3)
For fans of: Suzanne Collins, Stephenie Meyer, and Jack London

Arctic Will is put to the ultimate test in this epic tale of adventure, endurance, and young love; set in the gold-rich territory of America's last frontier.
The assault from dark spirits on ANYA and RUNE is merciless. The young guardians have stayed long in the fight, but the enemy is gaining. The murderous GOLEM is winning the war of ghosts he's waged against them and their huskies. The demon has crushed their human spirit and already killed some of their dogs. The dogs left are dispirited. It won't be long until they're dead, too. Unless ANYA and RUNE prevail, the fast, strong, and enduring Chukchi dog will disappear from Native Earth, wiped from history — their call to the wild silenced for all time.

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Five Star Frontier Fiction Standing Order Plan

Frontier Fiction paints vivid narratives of people who discover the depths of their character and courage in the American frontier. Your readers will find these stories, which feature a range of genres and diverse protagonists, hard to put down. These titles capture the spirit of freedom, individualism, and adventure of life in America on the evolving western edge before 1930. Featuring exciting new characters who face life-changing challenges in settings that are in stark contrast to civilized society, these titles are sure to please fans of Mysteries, Historical Fiction, Romance, Adventures, Native American Fiction, and Coming of Age/YA cross-over novels. 12 titles a year, 1 shipped each month, for approximately $234 a year.


"Blending historical and fantasy fiction is no easy feat, but Sundell captures her reader's interest . . . this is a refreshing [series] that neatly fits within the genre while also exploring new ground."

— Publishers Weekly