The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel

The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, a novel by David Wroblewski is telling about Edgar Sawtelle's life with his parents in a farm. Remote northern Wisconsin is becoming the setting of the story. For years the Satelles have raised and trained dogs for companion. The conflict begins when Claude, Edgar's uncle, returns and intrude the peace of the house. When Edgar's father dies suddenly, Claude insinuates himself into the life of the farm, and into Edgar's mother's affections.

Stephen King gives his a praise for this novel. He said that there is never been a book like The Story of Edgar Sawtelle. Even, he can not compare it with Hamlet, Watership Down, The Night of the Hunter, and The Life of Pi. Let the book be itself.

King also says that David Wroblewski gives Wonderful, mysterious, long and satisfying reading in The Story of Edgar Sawtelle.