In the wilds of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Robert Corvus Strang is crawling through the woods. A beautiful Costa Rican woman is dancing in a string bikini, and a dissipated writer is trying to stay on his feet....All three have retreated to this isolated land -- where Strang, builder of dams and bridges, preacher of gospels, lover of women, explorer of limits, launches into the story of his monumental life. In a novel that stretches from Michigan to Africa and the Amazon, Strang leads his listeners across rivers of time, through the nature of innocence, politics and desire, to a final and stunning defiance of life's frailty.
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Review: Sundog (Contemporary Classics)User Review - Dex Quire - Goodreads
Jim Harrison has the writing power to evoke nostalgia - for what was - and for the future - what could be. He is also an expert chronicler of modern mayhem and confusion - confusion of the sexes, of ... Read full review
Review: Sundog (Contemporary Classics)User Review - Titus Burley - Goodreads
There is a fiction convincing enough in authenticity that it reads more like memoir than fiction. SUNDOG by Jim Harrison is exactly such a book. However in SUNDOG, you get a bonus; through a literary ... Read full review