North Pole author releases hardback edition of breathtaking Arctic journey
NORTH POLE, Alaska — Author Joe G. Henderson announces the nationwide hardback release of his photography book, “Malamute Man: The Brute Force of Unified Souls.”
In Henderson’s first book, “Malamute Man: Memoirs of an Arctic Traveler,” the readers enjoyed Henderson’s amazing adventures, exciting and humorous stories as well as his unique photos.
Now, in “Malamute Man: The Brute Force of Unified Souls,” we have the opportunity to go behind the scenes of Henderson’s historic expeditions and travel with him. He leads us past the incomprehensible human sufferings from his day-to-day struggles on the Arctic trail to a place of resolved strength as he reveals his secret of enduring the worst scenarios imaginable.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Henderson has dedicated his life to the exploration of the Arctic. With over 30 years of experience in the handling of Alaskan malamutes, the author has ventured into the brutal Arctic in dead of winter with nothing but his loyal team of 22 malamutes to guide him. He has put his trust into his malamute companions to safely guide him through the unforgiving land of the Arctic year after year. Moreover, Henderson is the only person in recorded history to travel the Arctic with a dog team for up to four months without re-supplying.