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Two Part Review: The Wilding by Ben Percy (Part Two)

Continued from previous post A different encounter with nature is embodied by Justin’s wife, Karen, who feels nature come to her.  Her story is less detailed, but it foils the men’s in that she becomes prey instantly. Owls fly in through fireplace on more than one occasion. Men, both old entrepreneurs and slime in pick-up

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Two Part Review: The Wilding, by Ben Percy

Man versus Nature is one of five original narrative conflicts, and over the years stories and novels about the interaction between humans and the wild have been piling up. Ben Percy’s aim in his debut novel, The Wilding (Graywolf Press), is to establish himself among the great nature writers, as is made clear by an

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