Werewolves in Their Youth: Stories

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Macmillan, Jan 2, 2000 - Fiction - 212 pages
The author of Wonder Boys returns with a powerful and wonderfully written collection of stories, Werewolves in Their Youth. Caught at moments of change, Chabon's men and women, children and husbands and wives, all face small but momentous decisions. They are caught in events that will crystallize and define their lives forever, and with each, Michael Chabon brings his unique vision and uncanny understanding of our deepest mysteries and our greatest fears.

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User Review  - LaurieAE - LibraryThing

I like Michael Chabon...and I have recently read a collection of essays by him as well as this collection of short stories. I enjoyed these stories much more than Astray by Donoghue but since that ... Read full review

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User Review  - cait815 - LibraryThing

I'm usually not a fan of short stories (with the exception of Flannery O'Connor's; she is AMAZING), but I did enjoy this book. The stories themselves were fine - the title story being my favorite ... Read full review

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Michael Chabon is the bestselling author of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, Werewolves in Their Youth, The Yiddish Policemen's Union, Wonder Boys, and The Mysteries of Pittsburgh. Kavalier & Clay won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize. In 2000 Wonder Boys was adapted into a critically acclaimed film starring Michael Douglas. Chabon was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Columbia, Maryland. He now lives in California with his wife and children.

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