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Empire of Wild From The Author Of The YA Crossover Hit The Marrow Thieves, A Propulsive, Stunning And Sensuous Novel Inspired By The Traditional M Tis Story Of The Rogarou A Werewolf Like Creature That Haunts The Roads And Woods Of M Tis Communities A Messed Up, Grown Up, Little Red Riding HoodBroken Hearted Joan Has Been Searching For Her Husband, Victor, For Almost A Year Ever Since He Went Missing On The Night They Had Their First Serious Argument One Terrible, Hungover Morning In A Walmart Parking Lot In A Little Town Near Georgian Bay, She Is Drawn To A Revival Tent Where The Local M Tis Have Been Flocking To Hear A Charismatic Preacher Named Eugene Wolff By The Time She Staggers Into The Tent, The Service Is Over But As She Is About To Leave, She Hears An Unmistakable VoiceShe Turns, And There Victor Is The Same Face, The Same Eyes, The Same Hands But His Hair Is Short And He S Wearing A Suit And He Doesn T Recognize Her At All No, He Insists, She S The One Suffering A Delusion He S The Reverend Wolff And His Only Mission Is To Bring His People To Jesus Except That, As Joan Soon Discovers, That S Not All The Enigmatic Wolff Is DoingWith Only The Help Of Ajean, A Foul Mouthed Euchre Shark With A Knowledge Of The Old Ways, And Her Odd, Johnny Cash Loving, Year Old Nephew Zeus, Joan Has To Find A Way To Remind The Reverend Wolff Of Who He Really Is If He Really Is Victor Her Life, And The Life Of Everyone She Loves, Depends Upon It

  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Empire of Wild
  • Cherie Dimaline
  • English
  • 12 September 2017
  • 9780735277182

About the Author: Cherie Dimaline

Cherie Dimaline wins her first Governor General s Literary Award in 2017 with The Marrow Thieves She is an author and editor from the Georgian Bay M tis community whose award winning fiction has been published and anthologized internationally In 2014, she was named the Emerging Artist of the Year at the Ontario Premier s Award for Excellence in the Arts, and became the first Aboriginal Writer in