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Frozen Tears

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2009 READER'S FAVORITE GOLD WINNER FICTION-DRAMA In Alaska's stunning but brutal interior, where white and Native cultures clash, Kale Weaver struggles to survive a devastating tragedy that becomes the genesis for her allegiance to wolves and the circumstances making her target of a primitive superstition. Aided by her best friend, a worn-out helicopter pilot, and the bond ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published May 8th 2009 by Booksurge Publishing
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Christine (booktumbling)
Aug 05, 2009 Christine (booktumbling) rated it really liked it
Set in remote Alaska, Kale LeLand leads a rather basic life: job, boyfriend, good friends. Her present and future is both joyfully and devastatingly changed when she meets Elliot Weaver, a local Ennuit, during a night out at the neighborhood tavern. The connection is strong between them and they are ultimately married. What follows is a story of their struggle to be live in both the native and non-native cultures of the area, a tragedy that imparts a strong bond between Kale and the wolf populat ...more
Sarah Sammis
Aug 02, 2009 Sarah Sammis rated it really liked it
Frozen Tears is about Kale Weaver and how the events of her life help her change and grow as a person. Throughout the novel she's a hydrologist living and working in a typically rural Alaskan town near Denali National Park. There exactly isn't important. It's near an Innuit (or Ennuit as it's spelled in the novel) village. What does matter is that Kale's life is forever intertwined with the village after she meets Elliot, an Ennuit who helps her after she kills a moose with her truck.

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