!!> BÜCHER ✯ Fast into the Night: A Woman, Her Dogs, and Their Journey North on the Iditarod Trail (English Edition) ⚡ Autor Debbie Clarke Moderow – Islecook.co.uk

Fast into the Night: A Woman, Her Dogs, and Their Journey North on the Iditarod Trail (English Edition) Debbie Moderow faced such adversity in both of her Iditarods that when she made it to the finish in Nome in her second attempt I cried This is an amazing story of her determination to complete the Iditarod despite several serious difficulties a long the way She truly loves her dogs and always did the right thing for her team, even if it meant dropping some of her leading dogs because they didn t want to run any, or allowing her team to take extra long rest breaks at the checkpoints Debbie s achievement was a true team effort for the animals and humans involved This book taught me that the community of mushers care about one another and when a musher is in trouble during the race, another team will stop to try and help in any way they can The dogs are some of the most incredible athletes there are The strength, endurance, and grit that they showed through difficult terrain and adverse weather conditions helped Debbie reach her goal What an amazing book I loved this book but honestly, I m a musher I understand the Huskies and I totally relate to this true story Dogs and humans both face adversity in life It s a partnership like a marriage, its not always perfect and both sides have to step up when needed It s not always perfect and sometimes there is not a clear cut answer to what faces you You move along and do what you can A great story Every mile brings adventure or heartache It is the life of a musher and her digs, their strength, their hearts and their drive They bring out the bestor the worst 1,000 miles is no easy featall the planning in the can still be challenged by the unforgiving climate of the great North You have to be strong and gracious wise and daring smart and spunky and Debbie and her dogs are all of those Heart stopping, heartbreaking at times, this is one hellava story of ultimate athleticism and triumph. This book should have been a best seller I learned so much about the Iditarod from MS Moderow s perspective And what better perspective than someone who ran The Great Race twice She writes well, moves the story along and adds nice touches about her youth When you know her past, her family life, and her support system, you can see why she had the grit and determination to do this race The love of her dogs is beautiful too. Not Only Does Fast Into The Night Detail In Spare And Honest Prose All The Grit And Excitement That Is The Iditarod, But Its Author Aptly Takes Us Along On Her Personal Journey With All Its Internal Struggles, Tribulations, And Tumult At The Same Time, She Captures The Remarkable Bond That Exists Between Mushers And Their Dogs Bravo For Turning Out What May Be The Quintessential Iditarod Story, And For Crafting What Is Simply A Great Alaskan Adventure Well Told Dave Atcheson, Author Of Dead Reckoning And Hidden Alaska Moderow Heard The Call Of The Wild She Writes About Racing Dogs Through The Wilderness Lyrically, Like Robert Service Writes About Seeking Adventure In Far Off Places She Heard The Challenge, Learned The Lessons With Her Dogs, Paid The Cost, And Won The Enthralling And Inspiring Experience It S A Book You Can T Put Down Lynne Cox, Author Of Swimming To Antarctica And Elizabeth, Queen Of The Seas I Expected High Adventure From Debbie Moderow S Story Of Running The Iditarod And Happily, I Found It Moderow Beautifully Captures The Personality Of Each Dog As She Struggles To Earn The Team S Trust, And She Reveals Her Vulnerabilities As She Learns To Trust Herself This Is An Extraordinary Account Of A Family S Faith In One Another Four Leggeds And Two Leggeds Alike Sherry Simpson, Author Of The Way Winter Comes And Dominion Of Bears Personal, Vivid, And Authentic, Fast Into The Night Lives Up To Its Title Moderow S Ability To Project Emotion Through Her Graceful Prose Had Me From The Start And Never Let Go Through Moments Of Failure And Triumph, Moderow S Love For Family, He Dogs, And The Grand Adventure Of Life Shines Forth Nick Jans, Author Of A Wolf Called RomeoModerow Captures The Character So Well, The Four And Two Legged Ones, That We See Her All The Clearly Too Moderow, Even When Struggling So Intensely, Carried On This Is Bravery In Action She Is Such A Role Model For Following Your Dreams Without Hurting Others Incredible Journey, Her Internal And External Journey Fast Into The Night Is Written In The Present Tense, Which Takes Us Into The Challenges She Faced, The Preparation, The Cold, The Details And All The Emotional Side Of Running Iditarod As A Rookie Sarah LeamyA Captivating Memoir Of One Womans Attempt To Finish The Iditarod, Led By Her Team Of Spunky Huskies With Whom She Shares A Fascinating And Inextricable Bond At Age Forty Seven, A Mother Of Two, Debbie Moderow Was Not Your Average Musher In The Iditarod, But Thats Where She Found Herself When, Less Than Miles From The Finish Line, Her Dogs Decided They Didnt Want To Run Any After All Her Preparation, After All The Careful Management Of Her Team, And After Their Running So Well For Over A Week, The Huskies Balked But The Sting Of Not Completing The Race After Coming So Far Was Nothing Compared To The Disappointment Moderow Felt In Having Lost Touch With Her Dogs Fast Into The Night Is The Gripping Story Of Moderows Journeys Along The Iditarod Trail With Her Team Of Spunky Huskies Taiga And Su, Piney And Creek, Nacho And Zeppy, Juliet And The Headstrong Leader, Kanga The First Failed Attempt Crushed Moderows Confidence, But After Reconnecting With Her Dogs She Returned And Ventured Again To Nome, Pushing Through Injuries, Hallucinations, Epic Storms, Flipped Sleds, And Clashing Personalities, Both Human And Canine And She PrevailedPart Adventure, Part Love Story, Part Inquiry Into The Mystery Of The Connection Between Humans And Dogs, Fast Into The Night Is An Exquisitely Written Memoir Of A Woman, Her Dogs, And What Can Happen When Someone Puts Herself In That Place Between Daring And Doubtand Soldiers On

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