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No Wolf (the Waygoing Compromise)

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Out of love, out of money, out of character, Richard St. Ofle fell in love, left his wife, and took a job silkscreening in Guadeloupe, a tiny drop of ink on the map, somewhere deep in the Caribbean. What followed would test his character and change the course of his life forever. A poetic and magical season, "No Wolf (the waygoing compromise)" tells the story of St.Ofle's ...more
Paperback, 268 pages
Published June 4th 2010 by Ashbury Way
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Jan 06, 2013 Lisa rated it really liked it
My friend recommended this book to me on the grounds that it would remind me of my favorite author, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Instead, I thought it reminded me of Dave Eggers. Not my favorite author, but quite a good one. They both have a wordiness combined with such a strong urge to get the words out on paper, that it comes out like beautiful word vomit. It's a compulsive read, and I finished this book in just under 48 hours. I hope this is not the last book that St. Ofle will write.

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Aug 31, 2011 Jyoti rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: anyone
Recommended to Jyoti by: Richard St.Ofle
I got this book as soon as it was published. I am friend's with the author and was dying to read it. I honestly read it in less than two days (and I'm a slow slow reader usually). I burned through it because it was about a secret and I had been waiting for the gossip.

I don't really want to give it a full review here because I don't know what it is like to read if you don't know anyone in the story. Will you be as compelled as I was?

I told Richard that I would read it again before I reviewed it,
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Jul 13, 2010 Benjamin Spalink rated it it was amazing
Unflinching in his self-analysis, heart rending in his narrative, Richard St. Ofle's book, the first ever published by Ashbury Way in New York, is a glimpse into the emotional mind of an artist and adventurer. This chronicle of self-discovery is a window not just into his own life, but into the heart of us all, and therein lies its value. The story is not only about how far we'll go to get what we want, but about how what we most want is only really found if it is given to us.
Jul 24, 2010 Michelle rated it it was amazing
Couldn't put it down and was kind of sad when it ended. Signs of a great book if you ask me. Impressed.
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