By Kathleen O'Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear
In the sunrise of heritage, a valiant humans cast a course from an previous global right into a new one via what's now Alaska and the Canadian Northwest Territories. Led via a dreamer who the spirit of the wolf, a handful of brave women and men dared to pass the frozen wastes to discover an untouched, unspoiled continent.
A sweeping epic of prehistory, People of the Wolf is a compelling novel within the majestic North America's Forgotten prior sequence from New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors W. Michael apparatus and Kathleen O'Neal equipment.
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