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Chasing The Wolf

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When a young artist and the woman he loves find themselves imprisoned within a moment in time between present day New York and Mississippi 1938, they attempt to make sense of a world in which they can’t seem to fit and find their place in the “center of the Universe.” But there are stones in their pass way, and hellhounds on their trail. At times both bleak and redemptive - much like the Blues itself - Chasing the Wolf is a surprisingly tender look into the madness of love, the madness of hate, and the dark secrets that lie along the banks of the muddy Mississippi.

Publishers Weekly Review

09 January 2006 – With its interracial romance and time-traveling plot, Singer's latest (after A Prayer for Dawn) bears a superficial resemblance to Octavia E. Butler's Kindred. But this lighter novel, a blend of romance, historical fiction, action and sci-fi, sends a white man back in time and reflects his youthful, colloquial voice. Told from alternating points of view, the novel opens with the story of Eli Cooper, a 27-year-old painter living in New York City in 2001, who finds himself, immediately after the death of his African-American wife, Jessie, stranded in Mississippi in 1938. He works baling hay with a "crew of Black folks," all the while charting his observations in a journal (and paying homage to various delta blues musicians). But the appearance of Ella, who looks remarkably like Jessie, further complicates matters. She, too, keeps a diary in which she confides an uncomfortable attraction to the new stranger in town. This obstacle-ridden love story takes an unexpected turn with the introduction of Jerome Kinnae, a "time walker" who holds the key to reuniting Eli and Ella in the present. Though the novel never feels very harrowing despite the dangers the couple face, Singer's freewheeling prose style moves the story at a brisk pace.
Chasing The Wolf
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Literary
  • Published: 01 July 2011
  • Publisher: F+W Media
  • Print Length: 173 Pages
  • Language: English
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