The war in the Pacific is raging, the rudimentary Alaska-Canada military road is completed, and vast quantities of supplies are being moved northwest to deter a Japanese invasion of Alaska. Shinichi Oda, a pilot of the Japanese Imperial Navy, is launched on a daring mission to disrupt these shipments and, hopefully, weaken the resolve of the enemy. His actions were to set in motion a sequence of events that could never have been foretold. Shinichi soon finds himself alone and struggling to survive in an unforgiving northern wilderness. He's tenacious and resourceful but how can he ever find a way to return to his distant homeland? It seems impossible but, against all odds, he must try. Lost in a Foreign Land provides a fascinating conclusion to what was formerly a matter of question. Herein, the story describes a desperate situation for the Shinichi Oda. As the story unfolds, his dilemma is resolved in a clever and intriguing way.