Male friendship--Fiction; Triangles (Interpersonal relations)--Fiction; Germany--Fiction
Wolfgang Karsten is everything David Nelson is not—compelling, unpredictable, enigmatic, and full of life. David, an American, is a tired mathematics student who simply wishes to break free of his university life for a few months by escaping to Germany for the summer of 1975. When a whim stops him at the little town of Rendsburg, he finds more than he’d bargained for: the best friend he’s ever had, a girl unlike any other he’s loved, and a rivalry that will threaten to tear their friendships apart. As David finds himself falling deeper in love with Sabi, he comes to understand that she will never leave Wolf—even when Wolf begins to encourage her relationship with David. Soon, David and Sabi realize that Wolf has a secret. Can what he is hiding salvage this world in which the three are living—or will it destroy them all?
From the award-winning author of God’s Executioner comes I Am not Wolf, a tale of love and loss, friendship and betrayal, life and death. Roger Terry has woven a story within a story that will take the reader from the soft beauty of free Germany to the quiet desperation of those trapped behind the Berlin Wall as the characters come to know more about themselves and discover the importance of freedom. [from publisher's web site]