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Walkin' the Dog

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog (UK 2018)

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Nine years after his release from prison, Socrates is still living in a two-room shack in Watts, now with a lover and a steady job. Having responsibilities and people he cares about makes acting morally even jharder now he has so much more to lose. Socrates Fortlow, first introduced in Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned, is one of the essential fictional characters of our times. In Walkin' the Dog, the philosopher with 'rock-breaking hands' has come in from the cold and has to decide at which point an individual must make a stand against the brutality and corruption that surrounds him.

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog. Socrates Fortlow return. Orion Books, ISBN 9781474608640 (September, 2018), eBook, 1.46 MB (ca. 320 p.), £3.99.

 

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Walkin' the Dog

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog (UK 2002)

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Socrates Fortlow, first introduced in Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned, is one of the essential fictional characters of our times. In Walkin' the Dog, the philosopher with 'rock-breaking hands' has come in from the cold and, once again, has to decide the point at which an individual must take a stand against the brutality and corruption that surrounds him. Nine years after his release from prison, Socrates is still living in a two-room shack in Watts, but now with a lover and a steady job. Having responsibilities and people he cares about makes acting morally even harder - he has so much more to lose with the police watching his every move.

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog. Serpent's Tail, ISBN 185242754X (November, 2002), 260 p., £7.99.

 

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Walkin' the Dog

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog (USA 2000)

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In this sequel to "Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned", Socrates Fortlow is back in Watts, trying to leave prison in his past, and confronting the most dangerous emotion of all: hope.

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog. Back Bay Books, ISBN 0316881716 (October, 2000), 260 p., $13.99.

 

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Walkin' the Dog

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog (UK 2000)

From the Publisher:
Socrates Fortlow, first introduced in Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned, is one of the essential fictional characters of our times. In Walkin' the Dog, the philosopher with 'rock-breaking hands' has come in from the cold and, once again, has to decide the point at which an individual must take a stand against the brutality and corruption that surrounds him. Nine years after his release from prison, Socrates is still living in a two-room shack in Watts, but now with a lover and a steady job. Having responsibilities and people he cares about makes acting morally even harder - he has so much more to lose with the police watching his every move.

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog. Serpent's Tail, ISBN 1852426500 (April, 2000), 260 p., £14.99.

 

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Walkin' the Dog

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog (USA 1999)

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Socrates Fortlow, an ex-convict forced to define his own morality in a lawless world, confronts wrongs that most people would rather ignore and comes face-to-face with the most dangerous emotion: hope. It has been nine years since his release from prison, and he still makes his home in a two-room shack in a Watts alley. But he has a girlfriend now, a steady job, and he is even caring for a pet, the two-legged dog he calls Killer. These responsibilities make finding the right path even harder - especially when the police make Socrates their first suspect in every crime within six blocks.

In each chapter of Walkin' the Dog, Socrates challenges a different conundrum of modern life. In "Blue Lightning" he is offered a better-paying job but has to consider whether the extra pay is worth the freedom he would have to give up. In "Promise," he keeps a vow made long ago to a dying friend, and learns that a promise to one person can mean damage to another. In "Mookie Kid," he gets a telephone and learns that the price of being able to reach others is that others can contact him - whether he wants to be reached or not.

Walkin' the Dog builds to a stunning climax as Socrates takes on a rogue cop who has terrorized his neighborhood.

Walter Mosley: Walkin' the Dog. Little, Brown, & Co., ISBN 0316966207 (October, 1999), 260 p., $25.00.

 

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