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E the order as his own Except he can’t figure out what product the colleague is selling As he gets closer to understanding the product Johnny starts to realize it has and to do with why the dogs might be returning and why they’re so angry Then he starts to wonder if maybe the dogs know about him and Sindra and if maybe they’re angry with h The dogs have gone Humans have deserted the suburbs and crammed themselves into the citiesJohnny’s life is down the crapper No sales a salesman’s job is to sell And no wife she divorced him because he can’t sell He once had a dog but euthanized it when it got old A piece of that dog lives in him literally After Sindra died he took a part of her to keep with him forever and each day he injects a tiny piece of her into his body His most treasured possession is the small vial containing a piece of herHis life tumbles further down the sewer when a fellow salesman is killed in an alleyway Two things apart from the death of his co worker complicate matters further A dog is in the alleyway the first that has been seen for years And an order his associate is carrying is worth a shit load of money Money that Johnny believes can repair his marriage and turn his life around The problem is his company doesn’t sell any products with the eight digit code on the order form To fulfill the order he must find out what the product is And from that moment his life is turned upside downJim Ringel has a great way of building a scene The narrative is rich and peppered with colorful descriptions drawing the reader deeper into the scene This dystopian novel is a great read and well worth adding to your library

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Wolf By Jim RingJohnny Wolfe carries his dog Sindra in a vial that he keeps in his pocket He carries her out of loyalty He carries her out of guilt He carries her because there are no dogs in this world And he carries her to connect to her feral nature so that he might take her inside himself and feel her animal wildness Johnny’s life is in shambles His sales Click Banner to enter for a SIGNED Copy of WOLF At Tome Tender Book Blog May 30 June 30 2014A world without dogs? Dogs killed off? Extinct? Truly a dystopian mystery with a smattering of horror Wolf by Jim Ringel is edgy dark and definitely a walk on the wild side After breeding designer dogs for every purpose they are killed off and society is floundering Caught up in the memories of his childhood pet Sindra and the guilt for what he did to her Johnny Wolf tries to assume the best traits of her by carrying a vial that contains an injectable concoction made from her remains In a misguided hope he would always have her near as a part of him Johnny is desperate lonely and a failure in not only his own eyes but the eyes of those around him Fate steps in and he sees his chance to shine but in the “dog eat dog” world of being a salesman his grab at the brass ring is stolen and he becomes determined to regain his loss Too bad Johnny discovers there is going on than he could ever have imagined in his worst nightmares Friends become foes and a conspiracy is afoot Dogs are reappearing and Johnny seems to raise their ire without trying Do they smell Sindra on him? Who or what is behind this chaotic and terrifying world Johnny has been thrown in to? Does science have something to do these dogs or has greed corrupted an already dismal world?Whether you’re a dog lover or not Jim Ringel’s dark and dystopian world is filled with imagination and intrigue Let the story sink in absorb his attention to detail as he sets the stage for each scene He writes with a stark yet riveting style that pulls the reader along the twisted path he has created while wickedly stirring the pot that almost boils over with tension Using interesting dialogue between some of the characters he teases the mind with what could be hints to unraveling this mystery Is anyone who they seem to be? Jim Ringel will keep you guessing on that one until the very end and after that last word is over you'll still be dissecting this tale looking for hidden meanings When an author can hold me enthralled when the book is finished for me they have done their jobI received this copy from Curiosity uills Press in exchange for my honest reviewPublication Date May 12 2014Publisher Curiosity uills Press ISBN 10 1620073676 paperbackISBN 13 978 1620073674 paperbackGenre Adult MysterySuspenseScience FictionPrint Length 264 pagesMy Rating 45 StarsAvailable from | Barnes Noble

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MOBI ↠ DOC Wolf By Jim Ringel 9781620073674 ☆ JIM RINGEL ☆ Johnny Wolfe carries his dog Sindra in a vial that he keeps in his pocket He carries her out of loyalty He carries her out of guilt He carries her because there are no dogs in this world And he carries her to connect to her feral nature so that he miCareer at Bulldog Enterprises is on the blink On his way to work one day he comes across a colleague who is killed by a dog But with dogs now extinct how is this possible? Going through his colleague’s dead body Johnny discovers the colleague is carrying a rather sizeable sales order Figuring “he’s dead I’m not” Johnny decides to plac A boy and his dog becomes a man that carries the remains of his dog in a vial That is just the beginning of the bizarre world but too close to ours to be comfortable Jim Ringel has created in Wolf A world without dogs or is it? Johnny Wolfe tries to answer this uestion and recapture the innocence lost when the dogs were killed many by the ex wife he still loves If only he can make a sale he will win her back When a colleague dies Johnny discovers a large sales order in the dead man’s pocket and Johnny believes his problems are solved But what is the product? The order number doesn’t match anything in his company’s catalog As Johnny works to unravel the mystery he finds himself in the middle of a nefarious plot to create the perfect customer At times the plot is opaue and maze like with lots of dead ends All the characters constantly contradict themselves and neither Johnny nor the reader can believe a thing they say I also felt there was no real grieving over the loss of dogs and the story never explains how Johnny could still be in love with his ex wife the dog murderer However the true brilliance in Wolf isn't the eerie mystery or a world without dogs but the portrait of the modern salesperson As Johnny explains It's a job for loners and losers a pasted smile a knack for being disconnected and loud slapping backs all covering how much you've slipped away from yourself The strength to not see yourself as you really are And later on the antagonist notes sales is a scary profession No certainty Clients wear you down They argue about price they argue about delivery Still we're professionals We bow to them buy into their fragile egos The customer's always right whoever started that ridiculous little adage should be shot That's why we need guns To shoot the ridiculous adage makers Wolf is an intriguing novel that will have you clinging to your dog while desperately hoping it is describing a future that will never come true