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Excerpt from The Drop Edge of Yonder



In many ways, Two Dollar Radio launched with the success of Rudolph Wurlitzer's first novel in a quarter-century, The Drop Edge of Yonder, in 2008. After having been out of print for a year+, we couldn't be more excited to reissue it next month.

Re-reading it for this edition (which is something I almost never get to do: read a book after it's published), I was struck by how grand The Drop Edge of Yonder truly is. I do believe it to be Wurlitzer's masterpiece, and epic in every imaginable sense of the word.

In the event that you haven't read this book, I'm excited for you to have the chance. Following is an excerpt.

The Drop Edge of Yonder is out March 14. Get your own copy now for 25% off.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 23 February, 2017 excerpt, Rudolph Wurlitzer, The Drop Edge of Yonder | 0 comments
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