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Publisher's Summary

Wolf tells the story of a man who - after too many nameless women and drunken nights - leaves Manhattan to roam the wilderness of northern Michigan, hoping to catch a glimpse of the rare wolves that prowl that territory. 

Returning Harrison fans will be ecstatic to re-discover this early novel once again, and for new listeners, this work serves as the perfect introduction to Harrison’s remarkable insight, storytelling skill, and evocation of the natural world.

©2019 Jim Harrison (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Amazing Book and Reading

"Wolf" is sort of a cross between Kerouac's "On the Road" and Bukowski's "Women." However, Jim Harrison's stories are better than Kerouac's and Jim Harrison doesn't get as depraved as Bukowski. Of the three, Kerouac's writing is the most polished. This is ironic when considering that Kerouac pretended to not rewrite any of his books, which is a lie. Harrison's writing can be a bit choppy. However, Mr. Chris Andrew Ciulla had the perfect delivery style that "smoothed-over" any difficult sentences. Will probably listen to this recording again in a few years. Also, it was really neat how Harrison started in Reed City, Michigan and then returned to Reed City at the end. In between, Michigan's Upper Peninsula, San Francisco, NYC, and other places. Later-on, I think that Mr. Harrison's prose is not so choppy; but, like I said, Mr. Ciulla's prefect delivery made everything understandable.

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Looking back at his life

Overall it was interesting to read Jim's life before he became a well published writer.

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Stream of consciousness with actual streams

Float along with this without trying to stay in one place for long, as did the narrator, not.

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Can't finish it...

Can't review it with any authority. Listened to 20 minutes before I had to stop.

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