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In Last of the Breed Joe Mack struggles to survive in the Siberian wilderness after his plane is forced down and he escapes a Soviet prison camp Both nature and man are equally cruel on him in this story Neither force ever gives in on him as he tries to escape Russia through the Bering Strait Joe Mack must learn to survive in Siberia on his own and without any tools or weapons He has thousands of men chasing after him under the command of Colonel Zamatev and a legendary Yakut tracker named Alekhin who knows every inch of the Siberian wilderness Suddenly his eyes opened wide Alekhin Alekhin had never failed to track down and escaped prisoner Alekhin was a Yakut and would know the wilderness and know how to think about it This quote shows how the odds are against him and nobody thinks he will make it Zamatev cannot and will not let Joe escape his life depends on it Zamatev is confident he will catch him but he knows there is something different about Joe Mack and is a little worried he might escape from him Zamatev surrounds Russia with troops helicopters and planes Everywhere Joe goes he always has to stay under thecover of the trees Hours later he was awakened by the drone of a plane flying over All day long at intervals he heard searching planes For three days shivering in the bitter cold he stayed under cover until finally he heard no further sounds of aircraft When the Russians recapture Joe Mack they torture and beat him until he can barely move Joe Mack does escape again but he has a concussion bruises all over his body and can barely walk he has to steal a car to keep on the move from the soldiers The wilderness is just as cruel if not worse on Joe Mack He has to survive a year in Russia in
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