Wake Up, We're Here

ô Wake Up, We're Here ✓ Dallas Hudgens - Wake Up, We're Here, Wake Up We re Here In these collected stories of deeply human flawed men and woman in search of connection consolation and better odds Dallas Hudgens once again taps into the powerful and resonant view of ordinary l ô Wake Up, We're Here ✓ Dallas Hudgens - Wake Up, We're Here, Wake Up We re Here In these collected stories of deeply human flawed men and woman in search of connection consolation and better odds Dallas Hudgens once again taps into the powerful and resonant view of ordinary l

  • Title: Wake Up, We're Here
  • Author: Dallas Hudgens
  • ISBN: 9780984764
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
Wake Up, We're Here

ô Wake Up, We're Here ✓ Dallas Hudgens, Wake Up, We're Here, Dallas Hudgens, Wake Up We re Here In these collected stories of deeply human flawed men and woman in search of connection consolation and better odds Dallas Hudgens once again taps into the powerful and resonant view of ordinary lives ô Wake Up, We're Here ✓ Dallas Hudgens - Wake Up, We're Here, Wake Up We re Here In these collected stories of deeply human flawed men and woman in search of connection consolation and better odds Dallas Hudgens once again taps into the powerful and resonant view of ordinary l

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About “Dallas Hudgens

  • Dallas Hudgens

    Dallas Hudgens is the author of the short story collection Wake Up, We re Here Relegation Books, 2012 , and the novels Drive Like Hell Scribner, 2005 , a Barnes Noble Discover Great New Writers Selection, and Season of Gene Scribner, 2007 , a Book Sense Notable.



468 thoughts on “Wake Up, We're Here

  • Broken people, hard lives, irrevocable loss, and painful vignettes, all artfully rendered All of the basic food groups are served raw drugs, alcohol, poverty, violence, abandonment, failure, isolation, anger, stupidity, and on it goes.This is a well constructed collection of all too effective short stories offering a jaded or distorted window into a fractured world that, frankly, feels not just foreign, but so removed from any version of everyday life I know that it might as well be science fict [...]


  • I was excited to learn of this story collection because Dallas Hudgens wrote two of my favorite novels, Drive Like Hell and Season of Gene Both are great comic novels and I put the latter in my holy trilogy of great portraits of male camaraderie along with the film Diner and Tom Perrotta s novel The Wishbones But here Hudgens departs from the comic to offer darker and often tragic portraits of down and out characters Many of them are isolated because of failed relationships or personal tragedies [...]


  • If you re going to ask questions, you better be ready to hear the truth Let this be a warning and a promise to readers Dallas Hudgens asks questions and delivers truths in profound and subtle ways in this collection of brilliant stories Read them one at a time, not all in a row, and let your brain savor the language, the layered complexities, and the laughter in the pain Many of these stories are about people trying to find a better version of themselves when there s momentum moving against the [...]


  • Breathtaking, unpredictable, heartbreaking, will leave you breathless Do not start the last story in the collection before you go to bed.




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