Tout les sépare… sauf le désir. Darian est froid, sûr de lui et habitué à ce que tous lui obéissent sans poser de questions : quoi de plus normal quand on est roi ? Propulsé très jeune sur le trône de Karanie, petit royaume méditerranéen, il s’est forgé une apparence rigide et ne laisse rien ni personne l’ébranler. Mais Elsie entre comme une tornade dans sa vie, et tout se retrouve sens dessus dessous. La jeune étudiante écossaise se moque complètement du titre de souverain de Darian, des convenances et du protocole ; elle n’hésite pas à lui tenir tête et lui dire ce qu’elle pense, ce qui rend le roi complètement dingue. Leurs échanges sont aussi passionnés qu’électriques. Rien n’est possible entre eux. Rien, vraiment ? *** – Embrasse-moi, je lui ordonne. – Non. Elle a appuyé ses mains sur le revers de ma veste de smoking ; pour autant, elle ne me repousse pas. Au contraire, elle me nargue de ses grands yeux splendides. Je remonte la main sur l’arrière de sa nuque. D’habitude, j’aime les cheveux longs chez une femme. Chez elle, j’adore le contact de la peau nue de son cou dans ma paume. Je glisse mes doigts dans ses mèches courtes et approche mes lèvres de sa bouche. Son petit sourire ironique me dit qu’elle s’amuse avec mes nerfs. Furieux, je prends le joli cadeau qui s’offre à moi : je vais à la rencontre de sa langue, joue avec et la mange, comme promis. Elle grogne sous mes légers coups de dent puis soudain, c’est elle qui prend le contrôle. Elle enfouit ses mains dans mes cheveux blonds et enfourne sa langue tentatrice dans ma propre bouche ! Jamais une femme n’avait essayé de me dominer ! Mon sexe est douloureusement à l’étroit dans mon pantalon noir. Ma main glisse sous sa cuisse, je la lève contre ma jambe pour mieux me frotter à son intimité. Elle se colle plus à moi, enfin si c’est encore possible, car je sens sa peau à travers le tissu multicolore. J’ai perdu le contrôle. Ma main descend sur ses fesses et se glisse dans la poche de son short en jean, ses formes rebondies me font complètement craquer. J’ai une envie dingue de la prendre, là sur les marches. Au-dessus de nos têtes, une porte claque et des voix résonnent dans le couloir du deuxième étage. Nous bondissons tous les deux loin de l’autre. Inquiète, elle se mord les lèvres. Non, non, pas ça ! Je m’avance vers elle et passe mon pouce sur sa bouche : – Ne me tente pas plus, je lui murmure. J’ai une inauguration à faire. – C’est toi qui m’as sauté dessus ! réplique-t-elle tout bas. *** Fucking King, d'Ella Lores, histoire intégrale.

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Tout les sépare… sauf le désir. Darian est froid, sûr de lui et habitué à ce que tous lui obéissent sans poser de questions : quoi de plus normal quand on est roi ? Propulsé très jeune sur le trône de Karanie, petit royaume méditerranéen, il s’est forgé une apparence rigide et ne laisse rien ni personne l’ébranler. Mais Elsie entre comme une tornade dans sa vie, et tout se retrouve sens dessus dessous. La jeune étudiante écossaise se moque complètement du titre de souverain de Darian, des convenances et du protocole ; elle n’hésite pas à lui tenir tête et lui dire ce qu’elle pense, ce qui rend le roi complètement dingue. Leurs échanges sont aussi passionnés qu’électriques. Rien n’est possible entre eux. Rien, vraiment ? *** – Embrasse-moi, je lui ordonne. – Non. Elle a appuyé ses mains sur le revers de ma veste de smoking ; pour autant, elle ne me repousse pas. Au contraire, elle me nargue de ses grands yeux splendides. Je remonte la main sur l’arrière de sa nuque. D’habitude, j’aime les cheveux longs chez une femme. Chez elle, j’adore le contact de la peau nue de son cou dans ma paume. Je glisse mes doigts dans ses mèches courtes et approche mes lèvres de sa bouche. Son petit sourire ironique me dit qu’elle s’amuse avec mes nerfs. Furieux, je prends le joli cadeau qui s’offre à moi : je vais à la rencontre de sa langue, joue avec et la mange, comme promis. Elle grogne sous mes légers coups de dent puis soudain, c’est elle qui prend le contrôle. Elle enfouit ses mains dans mes cheveux blonds et enfourne sa langue tentatrice dans ma propre bouche ! Jamais une femme n’avait essayé de me dominer ! Mon sexe est douloureusement à l’étroit dans mon pantalon noir. Ma main glisse sous sa cuisse, je la lève contre ma jambe pour mieux me frotter à son intimité. Elle se colle plus à moi, enfin si c’est encore possible, car je sens sa peau à travers le tissu multicolore. J’ai perdu le contrôle. Ma main descend sur ses fesses et se glisse dans la poche de son short en jean, ses formes rebondies me font complètement craquer. J’ai une envie dingue de la prendre, là sur les marches. Au-dessus de nos têtes, une porte claque et des voix résonnent dans le couloir du deuxième étage. Nous bondissons tous les deux loin de l’autre. Inquiète, elle se mord les lèvres. Non, non, pas ça ! Je m’avance vers elle et passe mon pouce sur sa bouche : – Ne me tente pas plus, je lui murmure. J’ai une inauguration à faire. – C’est toi qui m’as sauté dessus ! réplique-t-elle tout bas. *** Fucking King, d'Ella Lores, premiers chapitres du roman.

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Urbane, to comfort them, the quaker librarian purred: —And we have, have we not, those priceless pages of Wilhelm Meister. A great poet on a great brother poet. A hesitating soul taking arms against a sea of troubles, torn by conflicting doubts, as one sees in real life. He came a step a sinkapace forward on neatsleather creaking and a step backward a sinkapace on the solemn floor. A noiseless attendant setting open the door but slightly made him a noiseless beck. —Directly, said he, creaking to go, albeit lingering. The beautiful ineffectual dreamer who comes to grief against hard facts. One always feels that Goethe's judgments are so true. True in the larger analysis. Twicreakingly analysis he corantoed off. Bald, most zealous by the door he gave his large ear all to the attendant's words: heard them: and was gone. Two left. —Monsieur de la Palice, Stephen sneered, was alive fifteen minutes before his death. —Have you found those six brave medicals, John Eglinton asked with elder's gall, to write Paradise Lost at your dictation? The Sorrows of Satan he calls it. Smile. Smile Cranly's smile.

Author James Joyce
Isbn 3962170839
Genre Education
Year 2017-05-29
Pages 450
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Explored in this essay collection is how Shakespeare is rewritten, reinscribed and translated to fit within the local tradition, values, and languages of the world's various communities and cultures. Contributors show that Shakespeare, regardless of the medium - theater, pedagogy, or literary studies - is commonly 'rooted' in the local customs of a people in ways that challenge the notion that his drama promotes a Western idealism. Native Shakespeares examines how the persistent indigenization of Shakespeare complicates the traditional vision of his work as a voice of Western culture and colonial hegemony. The international range of the collection and the focus on indigenous practices distinguishes Native Shakespeares from other available texts.

Author Parmita Kapadia
Isbn 1317089820
Genre Literary Criticism
Year 2016-04-22
Pages 258
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'I regret to see that my book has turned out un fiasco solenne' James Joyce's disillusion with the publication of Dubliners in 1914 was the result of ten years battling with publishers, resisting their demands to remove swear words, real place names and much else, including two entire stories. Although only 24 when he signed his first publishing contract for the book, Joyce already knew its worth: to alter it in any way would 'retard the course of civilisation in Ireland'. Joyce's aim was to tell the truth - to create a work of art that would reflect life in Ireland at the turn of the last century and by rejecting euphemism, reveal to the Irish the unromantic reality the recognition of which would lead to the spiritual liberation of the country. Each of the fifteen stories offers a glimpse of the lives of ordinary Dubliners - a death, an encounter, an opportunity not taken, a memory rekindled - and collectively they paint a portrait of a nation. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

Author James Joyce
Isbn 0191631124
Genre Fiction
Year 2008-06-12
Pages 352
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Reading Ulysses with an eye to the cultural references embedded within it, Kershner interrogates modernism's relationship to contemporary popular culture and literature. Examples underscore Kershner's corrective to formal approaches to genre as he broadens the methodologies that are used to study it to include social and political approaches.

Author R. Kershner
Isbn 0230117902
Genre Literary Criticism
Year 2011-01-11
Pages 260
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From the Phoney War of 1939 to the Battle of Britain in 1940, the pilots of Hornet Squadron learn their lessons the hard way. Hi-jinks are all very well on the ground, but once in a Hurricane's cockpit, the best killers keep their wits close. Newly promoted Commanding Officer Fanny Barton has a job on to whip the Hornets into shape before they face the Luftwaffe's seasoned pilots. And sometimes Fighter Command, with its obsolete tactics and stiff doctrines, is the real menace. As with all Robinson's novels, the raw dialogue, rich black humour and brilliantly rendered, adrenalin-packed dogfights bring the Battle of Britain, and the brave few who fought it, to life.

Author Derek Robinson
Isbn 0857385623
Genre Fiction
Year 2011-10-06
Pages 640
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You've met the Italian mob in The Godfather, now welcome to the real-life world of Irish America's own murderous clan of organized crime The man who has remained silent for more than a decade finally speaks, revealing the gritty true story of his life inside the infamous South Boston Irish mob led by the elusive, Machiavellian kingpin Whitey Bulger, who to this day remains on the lam as one of the world's Ten Most Wanted criminals, second only to Osama bin Laden. John "Red" Shea was a top lieutenant in the South Boston Irish mob, rising to this position at the age of twenty-one. Thus began his tutelage under the notorious Irish godfather James "Whitey" Bulger. An ice-cold enforcer with a legendary red-hot temper, Shea was a legend among his Southie peers in the 1980s. From the first delivery truck he robbed at thirteen to the start of his twelve-year federal sentence for drug trafficking at twenty-seven, Shea was a portrait in American crime -- a terror, brutal and ruthlessly ambitious. Drug dealer, loan shark, money launderer, and multimillion-dollar narcotics kingpin, Shea was at the pinnacle of power -- until the feds came knocking and eventually obliterated the legendary mob in a well-orchestrated sweep of arrests, fueled by insider tips to the FBI and DEA. While Bulger's other top men turned informant to save their own hides, Shea alone kept his code of honor and his mouth shut -- loyalty that earned him a dozen years of hard time even as the man he was protecting turned out to be, himself, a rat. For in the end, in a remarkable show of betrayal, Bulger turned out to be the FBI's "main man" and top informant -- tipping off the feds for decades while still managing to operate one of the most murderous and profitable organized crime outfits of all time. In Rat Bastards, Shea brings that mysterious world and gritty urban Irish American street culture into sharp focus by telling his own story -- of his fatherless upbringing, his apprenticeship on the tough streets of Southie, and his love affair with trouble, boxing, and then the gangster life. In prose that is refreshingly honest, personal, and surprisingly tender, Shea tells his harrowing, unflinching, and unapologetic story. A man who did the crime, did the time, and held fast to the Irish code of silence, which he was raised to follow at any cost, Shea remains a man of honor and in doing so has become a living legend. One of the last of a dying breed, a true stand-up guy. Shea expects no forgiveness and makes no excuses for the life he chose. His story is intense, compelling, and in your face.

Author John "Red" Shea
Isbn 0061907510
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2009-04-21
Pages 320
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This is the first collection from groundbreaking playwright Alistair McDowall, "an exceptionally talented and fast-rising writer. Still only in his twenties, this writer is surely going places. Whatever he dreams up next, his name will almost certainly be in lights at the Royal Court soon, if not at the National Theatre." (The Times) Having won a Judges Award at the Bruntwood Prize in 2011 and been shortlisted for the Writers' Guild Best Play Award in 2013, Alistair McDowall is one of the most exciting playwrights of this generation. The anthology features the play that brought McDowall to people's attention, Brilliant Adventures, up to his latest major play, Pomona, that received ecstatic reviews, transferred to the National Theatre, and hailed him as one of the most important playwrights of this generation. It also includes two previously unpublished plays. Brilliant Adventures (Royal Exchange/Live Theatre, 2013) is a fast paced tale of brotherhood, addiction and breaking the laws of physics. It won McDowall a Bruntwood Prize. Captain Amazing (Live Theatre, 2013) is a funny and poignant one-man show that thrusts us into the life of Britain's only part-time superhero. Talk Show (Royal Court, 2013) is black comedy about talking and transmission. It was premiered as part of the Royal Court's Open Court season and has not previously been published. Pomona (Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama/Orange Tree Theatre, 2014) is a sinister and surreal thriller, which takes as its setting Manchester's Pomona - an abandoned concrete island at the heard of the city; a place where journeys end and nightmares are born. The anthology is introduced by the author and includes a foreword by Olivier-award-winning playwright Simon Stephens.

Author Alistair McDowall
Isbn 1350007447
Genre Performing Arts
Year 2016-06-14
Pages 448
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We know that trauma can leave syndromes in its wake. But can the anticipation of violence be a form of violence as well? Tense Future argues that it can-that twentieth-century war technologies and practices, particularly the aerial bombing of population centers, introduced non-combatants to a coercive and traumatizing expectation. During wartime, civilians braced for the next raid; during peacetime they braced for the next war. The pre-traumatic stress they experienced permeates the century's public debates and cultural works. In a series of groundbreaking readings, Saint-Amour illustrates how air war prophets theorized the wounding power of anticipation, how archive theory changed course in war's shadow, and how speculative fiction conjured visions of a civilizational collapse that would end literacy itself. And in this book's central chapters, he shows us how Ford Madox Ford, Robert Musil, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and other interwar modernist writers faced the memory of one war and the prospect of another, some by pitting their fictions' encyclopedic scale and formal turbulence against total war, others by conceding war's inevitability while refusing to long for a politically regressive peace. Total war: a conflict that exempts no one, disregarding any difference between soldier and civilian. Tense Future forever alters our understanding of the concept of total war by tracing its emergence during the First World War, its incubation in air power theory between the wars, and above all its profound partiality. For total war, during most of the twentieth century, meant conflict between imperial nation states; it did not include the violence those states routinely visited on colonial subjects during peacetime. Tacking back and forth between metropole and colony, between world war and police action, Saint-Amour describes the interwar refashioning of a world system of violence-production, one that remains largely intact in our own moment of perpetual interwar.

Author Paul K. Saint-Amour
Isbn 0190200960
Genre Literary Criticism
Year 2015-02-04
Pages 336
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An ambitious and compelling first novel about a key moment in Irish history.

Author Darran McCann
Isbn 0007429487
Genre Fiction
Year 2012-02-02
Pages 256
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In the online game Glory, Ye Xiu is regarded as a textbook and a top-tier pro-player. However, due to a myriad reasons, he is kicked from the team. After leaving the professional scene, he finds work in an Internet Cafe as a manager. When Glory launches its tenth server, he who possesses ten years of gaming experience once again throws himself into the game. Bringing with him the memories of his past and an incomplete, self-made weapon, his return along the road to the summit begins! After fighting and scheming, who snatched away my glory? Under the tossing of the wind and rain, my dreams shall still appear as though they had never been shattered. In all its splendor, the path shall never be lost. Before the gazes of millions, this is where I return!

Author Butterfly Blue
Isbn 7999090646
Genre Fiction
Year 101-01-01
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The first play collection from Anders Lustgarten, "perhaps Britain's most visible and visibly engaged political playwright" (Time Out London), containing plays from the start of his career up to 2015 with the most recent play in the collection, Shrapnel, and one previously unpublished play. The volume includes an introduction by the playwright. A Day at the Racists (2010, Finborough Theatre) is a devastatingly timely examination of the rise of the BNP in London, which attempts to understand why people might be drawn to the BNP and diagnoses the deeper cause of that attraction: the political abandonment and betrayal of the working class by New Labour. If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep (Royal Court Theatre, 2013) offers an exploration of our current government's politics of austerity and a look at possible alternatives. Black Jesus (Finborough Theatre, 2013) unpicks the political complexities of Zimbabwe through the devastating personal journeys of two very different people, both scarred by one of Africa's most notorious dictatorships. Shrapnel (Arcola Theatre, 2015) takes as its subject The Roboski massacre is one of the most controversial episodes in the 'war on terror'. Piecing together the fragments of the tragedy, Anders Lustgarten's startling new play dares to ask what a massacre is made of. Kingmakers (Salisbury Playhouse, 2015) imagines ten years after the signing of Magna Carta when the barons' takeover isn't quite going to plan. With the peasants grumbling about enormous castles and broken promises, the threat of rebellion hangs in the air. This play has not previously been published. The Insurgents (Finborough Theatre, 2007) is Anders Lustgarten's look at contemporary London and its class divide. Private equity has turned the city into a high-fenced playground for a tax-exempt, big business elite. This play has not previously been published.

Author Anders Lustgarten
Isbn 1350005959
Genre Performing Arts
Year 2016-06-15
Pages 360
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Denver-based detective C. J. Floyd discovers a government conspiracy when a Vietnam vet who went missing in action reappears after thirty-four years. For decades, Carmen Nguyen, an Amerasian emergency-room doctor in a Denver hospital, thought her father, Langston Blue, was dead after vanishing in Vietnam. Now she knows he’s alive, and she’s hired bail bondsman C. J. Floyd to find him. But what C. J. and his assistant, former Marine intelligence sergeant Flora Jean Benson, discover is nothing short of criminal. An elite assassin, Langston was witness to a clandestine US-sanctioned war atrocity so dishonorable that he abandoned the rogue operation and went running for his life. Ever since, he’s been MIA, considered an expendable threat to military top brass. Resurfacing in Denver from self-imposed exile in the backwoods of West Virginia, he plans to locate the daughter he never knew and expose a truth more horrifying than anyone could imagine. But a Colorado congressman poised to capture a seat in the US Senate also knows what happened on that mission in the jungles of Southeast Asia—and he has a lot to lose. In resurrecting Langston’s past, C. J., Carmen, and Flora are caught in a treacherous plot that leads to the highest levels of government, where the most powerful and corrupt players in the country are still hiding from the ghosts of war—and will do anything it takes to make sure their secrets die with Langston Blue. Bestselling author Robert Greer has been hailed as a “taut, powerful writer” (The Plain Dealer). Fans of hardboiled detective stories or the novels of Walter Mosley will enjoy his series featuring a tough African American sleuth in the modern-day West. Resurrecting Langston Blue is the 4th book in the C. J. Floyd Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.

Author Robert Greer
Isbn 1504043235
Genre Fiction
Year 2017-02-07
Pages 423
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Two broken hearts, one small town, and the secret language of flowers... Ellie always falls for the wrong man. After her latest disastrous relationship, she needs a new start, a clean slate, and some time to figure out who she is and what she actually wants. So the opportunity to open her own florist shop in the small town of Alpine Ridge couldn't be more timely – or more perfect. Sam Mathews understands bad relationships – he's only ever had one, and that was enough. Now he keeps to himself, throwing his efforts into the family vineyard and his greenhouse hobby, where it's quiet and calm and he can nurture beauty with his own two hands. When Ellie arrives in town and discovers Sam's backyard nursery, a shared professional interest soon blossoms into something that feels very personal. But Ellie needs time to rediscover herself, and Sam has never regained his confidence. When they are both tied so strongly to the past, could there be a chance for a future?

Author Jacquie Underdown
Isbn 1489255230
Genre Fiction
Year 2018-06-01
Pages 250
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TIME TO CRIME is the author Michael Lees 1st book. It is an account of his time spent inside his citys county jail.While there he would listen to stories of how various inmates became incarcerated. In telling his story, he also tells of the injustice some suffer,some who are innocent,like himself, but are being held as guilty before their trails.This is part one, look for the sequel soon.

Author Michael Lee
Isbn 9781477173589
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2010-07-30
Pages 64
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Martin Luther King left an indelible mark on 20th-century American history through his leadership of the non-violent civil rights campaigns of the 1950s and 1960s. The election of Barack Obama as America's first black president in November 2008 has spawned a renewed interest in King's role as an agent and prophet of political change in the United States. Writing with verve and clarity but also with acute insight, Godfrey Hodgson traces King's life and career from his birth in Atlanta in 1929, through the campaigns that made possible the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, to his assassination in Memphis in 1968. Hodgson sheds light on every aspect of an extraordinary life: the Black Baptist milieu in which King grew up, his theology and political philosophy, his physical and moral courage, his insistence on the injustice of inequality, his campaigning energy, his repeated sexual infidelities. Martin Luther King is a rounded and fascinating portrait of a Christian prophet and the most brilliant orator of his age, the central message of whose life and ministry was that Americans would never be fully free until they accepted that black and white Americans must be equal.

Author Godfrey Hodgson
Isbn 1849168091
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2011-11-24
Pages 288
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'A sequel to The Grade Cricketer? It's like junk time in a second innings - something you just have to be part of.' Gideon Haigh. Is life without cricket worth living? It's a question asked and answered by the Grade Cricketer, as he faces a cricket-free future after a devious plan goes horribly wrong. Hilarious, ridiculous and completely true to life to anyone who's ever spent time in a dressing room, Tea and No Sympathy takes us on a skeweringly funny sporting misadventure through the world of grade cricket and the flawed, damaged and occasionally appalling people who play it, from the creators of the bestselling novel The Grade Cricketer. Praise for The Grade Cricketer: 'The Grade Cricketer is the finest tribute to a sport since Nick Hornby's Fever Pitch, and the best cricket book in yonks. It's belly-laughing funny but it's also a hymn to the grand and complex game delivered with a narrative pace and ability I'm afraid most Test players don't have. For anyone who ever dreamed of excelling at a sport but never quite made it but still gave it your life, this is the story. A great read!' Tom Keneally 'The Grade Cricketer has taken us so far inside a district club dressing room that you feel like a locker. Ligaments could not be closer to the bone than some of his observations.' Kerry O'Keeffe 'The Grade Cricketer is strange and, I suspect, brilliant'. Wisden

Author Dave Edwards,Sam Perry,Ian Higgins
Isbn 1760639680
Genre Sports & Recreation
Year 2017-10-25
Pages 256
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His will is tough and he is unwilling to be normal. However, his pathway was destined to be that way, being born in a small sect¡¯s branch. However, one day, his left eye merges with the eye of an Ancient God in an accident. From that moment on, he turns from a fish into a dragon. He rises up like a star, walking the path of a legendary cultivator. From being a tiny, small ant at the bottom of the world, he rises step by step, into a place full of powerful sects, strong ancient clans and countless geniuses. This is an era of legends.

Author Fast Food Restaurant
Isbn 7999090824
Genre Fiction
Year 101-01-01
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College dropout Scott Sanderson sits in a rural Florida holding cell in the middle of the night, awaiting a hearing the following morning. He has ventured from Los Angeles on his motorcycle to see the country before the responsibilities of post-college adulthood ensnare him. Ignoring his draft status, the journey takes him first to Mardi Gras, then to Florida, where his arrest abruptly curtails the adventure. Faced with jail time, he reluctantly follows the judge's orders and joins the navy. This solidifies his notion that life is stacked against him and that the generation in charge has rigged the world in its favor. In his new situation, Scott deals with many of the issues he left behind: his relationship with his father and his family, his commitment to the service, his relationships with women, and his future. Interwoven with historic events of the era and the lives of his peers both at home and in the navy, A Walk-on Part in the War follows Scott on his quest to find direction in a fractured and confused America. A modern-day odyssey, this novel captures the waning optimism and the rapid pace of individual and social change that overtook mid-1970s America.

Author Steven A. Babiuch
Isbn 9780595600267
Genre Fiction
Year 2008-03-17
Pages 448
Language English
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