di John Tunner (Autore)
The show must go on it's just your stupid illusion ... These are the words of the protagonist of the John Tunner's last novel. In Fletcher's Day he mixed in a masterly fashion history, religion, symbols, and emotions. In this compelling novel Fletcher Cusack is the protagonist of an adventure that takes place mainly in a New York chaotic and full of light, seductive and tempting; The New York show business, apparently cynical and ruthless, where everything is a product to sell, but capable of many surprises.
The story begins and draws inspiration from one of the most complex and abysmal masterpieces of literature of all time: the Bible.
Fletcher will fight against a terrible opponent, the nature of man, and will face his enemy always among television shows, magic and ominous.
Deeper in the folds of the plots drawn from the obscure Sheldon Blackwell, officially judge at the Federal Court of New York, Fletcher will run its course in search of answers, and must decide who to trust ... before the world changes irrevocably. One thing is certain, Fletcher's Day is a book we will deal with our deepest fears.
Dati AIE 2021 (Associazione Italiana Editori)