It is the debut novel of American author, Carol Rifka Brunt, published in 2012.
Genre: Bildungsroman, Coming-of-age
Favourite Character: June Elbus
6 Reasons Why ‘Tell The Wolves I’m Home’ Is Your Next Book
This is a tremendously emotional story of love, grief and healing of two lonely people.
The story is set in the backdrop of 1980s AIDS crisis in the United States – a time when people still didn’t know much about it.
Is there a thing like embarrassing love? And are there moral conflicts related to that? You will know all about it in Tell the Wolves I’m home.
A very well written narrative of how the bond between two sisters is never damaged, and can easily renew it in the time of need.
A beautiful story of finding love, then losing it and then finding it again.
With this book, you will be taking an entry into the utterly complicated world of human emotions and how the lives are affected by them. The title is hinting the same, the more about which you can know only when you read the story.
Favourite Quote From ‘Tell The Wolves I’m Home’
“Maybe I was destined to forever fall in love with people I couldn’t have. Maybe there’s a whole assortment of impossible people waiting for me to find them. Waiting to make me feel the same impossibility over and over again.”