April 7, 2012

When Alaska Was Young

Jeff Lowenfels, New York Journal of Books

It was easy for this reviewer to relate to the circumstances that brought the author of Midnight Sun, Arctic Moon to Alaska. We both immigrated to the new, 49th State around the same time, both drawn by some serendipitous force as people don’t grow up planning to move to Alaska. We both quickly learned why it was nicknamed “The Great Land” and both instantly fell in love with it.

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