Rage Is Back

Rage Is Back

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By (author) Adam Mansbach

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  • Publisher: Plume Books
  • Format: Paperback | 290 pages
  • Dimensions: 134mm x 202mm x 18mm | 120g
  • Publication date: 24 September 2013
  • ISBN 10: 0142180483
  • ISBN 13: 9780142180488
  • Sales rank: 521,957

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From the #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of Go the "F*** to Sleep, " "a rollicking, frenetic and hilarious jaunt" (San Francisco Chronicle) Raised in the shadow of two graffiti legends from New York's "golden era" of subway bombing, Dondi Vance is less than thrilled to learn his father, Billy Rage, is back after sixteen years on the lam. But the transit cop who ruined Billy's life and shattered his crew is running for mayor--and must be brought down. Welcome to the Great American Graffiti Novel.

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Author information

Adam Mansbach's work has appeared in the "New Yorker," the "New York Times Book Review," and "Esquire," and on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered." He lives inBerkeley, California.

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"Hits the ground running and never stops . . . Mansbach's sharp and edgy style carries this fresh story in and out of subway tunnels and through the grimiest neighborhoods of New York, bringing the New York of now and then together in full relief." --Heather Paulson, "Booklist" "Thrilling . . . Electric with rhythm . . . The book is peppered with grandfatherly revolutionaries, slang-slinging young bloods and an army of paint-wielding ninjas who unite with military precision on an ambitious plan to graffiti-bomb every single train car on the MTA." --"Kirkus Reviews" "Slick, outlandish . . . Mansbach's novel is a fun and exciting read." --"Publishers Weekly" "Carlos Castaneda meets underground New York with a subway tunnel sensibility . . . Sure to be a cult classic and cause a stir." --"Library Journal"