Set In The Alaskan Landscape That She Brought To Stunningly Vivid Life In THE SNOW CHILD A Sunday Times Bestseller, Richard And Judy Pick And Finalist For The Pulitzer Prize , Eowyn Ivey S TO THE BRIGHT EDGE OF THE WORLD Is A Breathtaking Story Of Discovery Set At The End Of The Nineteenth Century, Sure To Appeal To Fans Of A PLACE CALLED WINTER NOMINATED FOR THE INTERNATIONAL DUBLIN LITERARY AWARD 2017 A Clever, Ambitious NovelThe Sunday TimesPersuasive And Vivid Breathtaking GuardianWinter 1885 Lieutenant Colonel Allen Forrester Accepts The Mission Of A Lifetime, To Navigate Alaska S Wolverine River It Is A Journey That Promises To Open Up A Land Shrouded In Mystery, But There S No Telling What Awaits Allen And His Small Band Of Men.Allen Leaves Behind His Young Wife, Sophie, Newly Pregnant With The Child He Had Never Expected To Have Sophie Would Have Loved Nothing Than To Carve A Path Through The Wilderness Alongside Allen What She Does Not Anticipate Is That Their Year Apart Will Demand Every Ounce Of Courage Of Her That It Does Of Her Husband.
Eowyn Ivey s first novel, The Snow Child, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in fiction and an international bestseller Her newest novel To the Bright Edge of the World will be released August 2, 2016 Eowyn was raised in Alaska and continues to live there with her husband and two daughters Learn
- 496 pages
- To the Bright Edge of the World
- Eowyn Ivey
- 20 March 2018 Eowyn Ivey