Lapland, 1897. He stared down at the man lying on the reindeer skin, his clerical clothes so stained, the fair hair spread in a parody of a halo, matted curls crawling with lice, arms out-flung like the crucified Messiah. Was this what the girl he loved so passionately had sent him two thousand miles to rescue and bring back to her, a quest with the promise of marriage as his prize? How could this man be anything but a dangerous, even fatal, burden in the desperate struggle to find a way to safety across such a vast, deceptively beautiful wilderness? Set around this epic journey, "A pathless Land" is a compelling love story and a poignant search for personal truth.
Robin Porecky (pronounced Poretzki) is of Polish origin, but was born and brought up in England. He now works in northern Sweden as a knife-maker. 'A Pathless Land' is his first novel.
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