Sunday, April 29, 2012
NATIONAL CASH by Marcello Tino
National Cash by Marcello Tino
Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Thompson and Prince (March 28, 2012)
National Cash is about sex, drugs, rock and roll, and a Second American Revolution where the children of the 60s became giants and took on the corporate Leviathan, overthrew two presidents of the United State, nearly toppled an Empire, and stood at the door to eternity where Zen meets quantum physics and everything is possible.
Lori Anne Lee says:
From the moment I started it until I finished the last page, I was astonished by the depth of perception and sophistication of this multi-layered novel. It's a historical, adventure, and love story together set in one the most turbulent yet inspiring eras in our nation's history: the 60's. The protagonist, Sonny Versace, is dynamic and complex. His female counterpart (and love interest), Miranda Hewitt, is formidable. Tino's grasp of culture, history, politics, and character is impressive but what truly sets him apart is his gorgeous imagery and the archetypal metaphors that establish him as a true poet and important writer of our age. As you turn the pages, you will be pulled into a story of the American people that must be told. You should read this novel.