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Emily Fridlund - History of Wolves (2nd Hand Paperback)

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Synopsis

"Winter collapsed on us that year. It knelt down, exhausted, and stayed."

Linda has an idiosyncratic home life: her parents live in abandoned commune cabins in northern Minnesota and are hanging on to the last vestiges of a faded counter-culture world. 

The kids at school call her 'Freak', or 'Commie'. She is an outsider in all things. Her understanding of the world comes from her observations at school, where her teacher is accused of possessing child pornography, and from watching the seemingly ordinary life of a family she babysits for. 

Yet while the accusation against the teacher is perhaps more innocent than it seemed at first, the ordinary family turns out to be more complicated.

As Linda insinuates her way into the family's orbit, she realises they are hiding something. If she tells the truth, she will lose the normal family life she is beginning to enjoy with them; and if she doesn't, a life is at stake. 

Details
  • Format : Standard 2nd Hand Paperback
  • Condition : Very Good
  • Category : Fiction - Modern Classics
  • Published : 2017 (Orion)
  • ISBN : 9781474602969
  • SKU : B000789
  • PPC : LL260gm
  • RRP : £8.99
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.
External Reviews

"Superbly-paced and beautifully written, The History of Wolves is an extraordinary debut novel about the lengths a person will go to find the life they desire . . ." - Publisher.

The Author

Emily Fridlund grew up in Minnesota. Her first novel, History of Wolves, was a finalist for the 2017 Man Booker Prize, the Dublin IMPAC Prize, and the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction.