It was interesting to read “The Great Alone”, during this time of corona virus semi-lockdown in Battambang in Cambodia. Kristin Hannah describes the life of one small family who decide to move to a remote region of Alaska. They hope to begin a new life “close to nature” and far away from modern “civilization”. Actually this family really just involves three people, Cora Allbright, her husband Ernt and their teenage daughter Leni.
This novel rises above the level of a sophisticated romance story in two ways. Continue reading “The Great Alone”