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The Dog Farm (edition 2012)

by David S Wills

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Title:The Dog Farm
Authors:David S Wills
Info:Beatdom Books (2012), Paperback, 306 pages
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0956952518, Paperback)

For thousands of young Westerners, South Korea is an escape from reality. It is a place where money is easy and booze is cheap. By day they toil in crooked cram-schools, teaching the peninsula’s violent, video game-obsessed youth. At night they cut loose and embrace Korea’s famous drinking culture.

Among these disaffected young teachers is Alexander. Young, naïve and a little drunker than most, he is struggling to cope with life on the “wrong side of the world”. In The Dog Farm we follow Alex from girl to girl, beer to beer, across Korea, to Japan, and back again, in an unlikely love story.

"The heartfelt cavorting of Jack Kerouac across America is recalled in The Dog Farm." - 10 Magazine

"Hunter S. Thompson would’ve been proud. The Dog Farm is much like a gin and tonic – a bit too bitter for some and just what the doctor ordered for others." - Chris in South Korea

"Wills’ text remains an entertaining novel throughout, particularly for readers with experience living and/or working in South Korea. Alexander’s descriptions of day-to-day life for an expat in Korea will ring true to moments we have all experienced. I found the novel triggering memories that left me nodding in agreement… In addition, Wills’ prose is fluid and easy to read – a great achievement for his first piece of long-form fiction. I will certainly be seeking out his future work." - Daegu Compass

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