Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 Neil Darish, the owner of the McCarthy Lodge, was surprised to see eight young people arrive in his town in the middle of a snowstorm. The family, who had just emerged from the abandoned copper mines up the mountain, seemed friendly enough.
#2 The first to hear the story was Neil Darish, the innkeeper, who was a sojourner on earth. He explained that we are all strangers and pilgrims, and we live by faith until our Lord returns.
#3 The family had traveled to Alaska in search of a place to settle. They had found a remnant settlement that was between the open frontier of the nineteenth century and the protected wilderness of the twenty-first.
#4 McCarthy, a small town near the Kennicott Copper Mines, was built in 1906 in the path of oncoming ice. The town had a provisional air from the beginning, as it was not governed by any authority. It was a good place to eke out an Alaska bush living.