The Chuckchi people of northeast Siberia, over thousands of years, wisely bred and developed the Siberian husky we know today. This work of fiction is set in the context of real events that took place in northeast Siberia and on the Alaskan frontier in the early decades of the twentieth century.
On Arctic Will:
"Third in her Watch Eyes trilogy, Arctic Will concludes Sundell’s metaphysical saga of a sled dog family and their Siberian native owners in early 20th-century Alaska. A husky trainer herself, the author’s devoted connection to the magnificent breed permeates her work.
...Sundell’s passion for her subject carries the book. If you like Jack London, you will like Joanne Sundell."