Eggplant Alley

D Cataneo (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.95
Publisher
Bunker Hill Publishing
Publish Date
September 15, 2013
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.87 X 1.17 X 8.52 inches | 1.41 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781593731465

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About the Author

D.M Cataneo, a native of Yonkers, NY, graduated from Boston University and embarked on a 22-year career in Boston journalism. He currently lives in Durham, NH. where he teaches writing at the University of New Hampshire. Eggplant Alley is his first novel.

Reviews

"Nicky Martini and Lester Allnuts are fresh heirs to the pain and beauty of youthful awakening first illustrated by Scout and Jem Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird. Poignant, funny and beautifully written, Eggplant Alley explores issues of race, tolerance and acceptance against the backdrop of the tumultuous early 1970s with results that resonate today." -- -- Crystal Hubbard, award-winning author of
"If you had the imagination to step out of genre and sell a book that could be read as a teenager or a twenty-something, and could be reread as an adult, each time with a fresh take. That's the kind of book I set out to write - something, if I may be presumptuous, like "To Kill A Mockingbird" or "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" or even "The Lovely Bones." These books stretch young readers into adulthood, and I aspired to do the same" -- D.M. Cataneo, the author
Nicky Martini and Lester Allnuts are fresh heirs to the pain and beauty of youthful awakening first illustrated by Scout and Jem Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird. Poignant, funny and beautifully written, Eggplant Alley explores issues of race, tolerance and acceptance against the backdrop of the tumultuous sixties with results that resonate today. -- -- Crystal Hubbard, award-winning author of 'Alive and Unharmed'
If you had the imagination to step out of genre and sell a book that could be read as a teenager or a twenty-something, and could be reread as an adult, each time with a fresh take. That's the kind of book I set out to write - something, if I may be presumptuous, like -- D.M. Cataneo, the author