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All of the readers that night were good, but I wished a few more people had misunderstood the assignment. This is someone, I thought, from whom one can reasonably expect originality, and I was delighted to see this suspicion confirmed in Tin God , recently reissued in paperback by the University of Nebraska Press. He comes to and hears whispering all around him; a tribe of grass-dwelling people have come across him in the midst of their hunt. Five hundred years later, a sweet but dim-witted gogo dancer named Pork loses a bag of drugs in the same field.
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His friend Jim threw it out of the car, which as he points out probably saved them from certain legal entanglements given that a cop was after them, but the problem is a tornado touched down in the field in between Pork and Jim throwing the bag out of the car and Pork and Jim coming back to look for it, and now the bag could be anywhere. The field is torn up and in disarray.
Pork is in a certain amount of trouble.