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100 1  Moderow, Debbie Clarke,|eauthor. 
245 10 Fast into the night :|ba woman, her dogs, and their 
       journey north on the Iditarod Trail|h[Hoopla electronic 
       resource] /|cDebbie Clarke Moderow. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bTantor Audio,|c2017. 
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511 0  Read by Emily Durante. 
520    At age forty-seven, a mother of two, Debbie Moderow was 
       not your average musher in the Iditarod, but that's where 
       she found herself when, less than 200 miles from the 
       finish line, her dogs decided they didn't want to run 
       anymore. After all her preparation, after all the careful 
       management of her team, and after their running so well 
       for over a week, the huskies balked. But the sting of not 
       completing the race after coming so far was nothing 
       compared to the disappointment Moderow felt in having lost
       touch with her dogs.    Fast into the Night is the 
       gripping story of Moderow's journeys along the Iditarod 
       trail with her team of spunky huskies: Taiga and Su, Piney
       and Creek, Nacho and Zeppy, Juliet and the headstrong 
       leader, Kanga. The first failed attempt crushed Moderow's 
       confidence, but after reconnecting with her dogs she 
       returned and ventured again to Nome, pushing through 
       injuries, hallucinations, epic storms, flipped sleds, and 
       clashing personalities, both human and canine. And she 
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600 10 Moderow, Debbie Clarke. 
650  0 Sled dog racing|zAlaska. 
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650  0 Mushers|zAlaska|vBiography. 
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