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Rules for werewolves a novel by Kirk Lynn

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Written in English

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In the tradition of Colson Whitehead"s Zone One , a visionary debut novel about shelter, escape, family, violence, and dumpster-diving. It"s the story of a restless group of young squatters. They"ve run away from their families and their pasts, questing after knowledge of their most wild selves, roaming the half-empty suburbs of America, occupying the homes of the foreclosed or vacationing, never staying in one place long enough to attract attention, while shoplifting beer at the local Speedy Stop. They"re building a new society with new laws, and no one will stand in their way. But utopias are hard work, and as Rules for Werewolves unfolds, these young revolutionaries discover that it"s much easier to break laws than to enforce them.

Edition Notes

StatementKirk Lynn
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3612.Y549 R85 2015
The Physical Object
Pagination339 pages
Number of Pages339
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27191855M
ISBN 101612194761
ISBN 109781612194769
LC Control Number2015013933
OCLC/WorldCa907391476

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(Also a good reference if you are planning on writing a werewolf book(: So enjoy and thanks once again! *I know there are many different versions of werewolves but I have researched the general, most popular ones. Besides, many have the same rules anyways! Dedicated to xXdemolitionloverXx xxx *the pictures I added were found on Pinterest ☺️.   Rules for Werewolves is a dark, delirious, innovative riot of a novel; a grand blast of chaos across the front lawns of America, and a truly outstanding debut.” — Justin Taylor, author of Flings and The Gospel of AnarchyAuthor: Kirk Lynn. About Rules for Werewolves. In the tradition of Colson Whitehead’s Zone One, a visionary debut novel about shelter, escape, family, violence, and dumpster-diving It’s the story of a restless group of young squatters. They’ve run away from their families and their pasts, questing after knowledge of their most wild selves, roaming the half-empty suburbs of America, occupying the homes of. But utopias are hard work, and as Rules for Werewolves unfolds, these young revolutionaries discover that it's much easier to break laws than to enforce them. Narrated in the shifting perspectives of the pack, Rules for Werewolves follows a community of drifters on the move, who seek a life in a wilderness that, by definition, has no room for.