Rage Is Back

Rage Is Back

Book - 2013
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Traces the misadventures of eighteen-year-old Brooklyn resident Kilroy Dondi Vance, a pot-dealing scholarship student whose legendary graffiti-writer father returns after a long absence to sabotage the mayoral campaign of his nemesis, the MTA police chief.
Publisher: New York : Viking, ©2013
ISBN: 9780670026128
Branch Call Number: MANSBAC
Characteristics: 290 p. ; 24 cm

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JCLAmyF May 14, 2013

This book is exciting. The writing is exciting! It's hysterical and strange is it breaks the fourth wall and it's irreverant and lovely. It's a caper. Its language might get under some folks' skin. It's urban NYC graffiti culture and as such is not a gentle read. But it's incredibly written - kind of ridiculously intelligent and witty. Heartfelt, fascinating... I'm definitely going to buy this one.

Leshka Apr 19, 2013

Part family values, part NYC graffiti culture (yeah I miss the redbirds too,) part revenge story. I missed my stop going into work because I was so wrapped up in the story. Great ending without being sappy.

nutty7688 Mar 11, 2013

Early 80s-90s graffii in New York was awesome, imagine that your father (whom you've never met) was one of the taggers, who is seeking revenge on a friends murder.

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JCLAmyF May 24, 2013

A young man's dad comes back from a long absence and involves all his old friends in a quest to keep an evil politician from taking more power in NYC. Brilliantly written.

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