SLAM ! BOOM ! CRASH ! by Wolf Larson
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SLAM! BOOM! CRASH! is one of the most unusual and exciting novels ever written! If you were to incorporate a thousand different styles of architecture in one building or a hundred different art movements in one painting or a million different styles of music in one wild symphony the results might resemble SLAM! BOOM! CRASH! Wolf Larsen began writing SLAM! BOOM! CRASH! while he was living in the city of Salvador in Brazil. SLAM! BOOM! CRASH! is a coming-of-age novel written to the beat of Afro-Brazilian drums thundering with the energy of apocalypse. SLAM! BOOM! CRASH! seethes with the black and white racial tensions that divide America. The main character, a young white man in high school in a big American city, becomes involved with a young black women his age which angers many black males wherever they go together. SLAM! BOOM! CRASH! reads like an active volcano that explodes and explodes with passion and lust and violence over and over again. The reader should be prepared for a wild literary adventure – SLAM! BOOM! CRASH! departs from tradition to deliver exciting reading like the reader has never experienced. No one has ever written a book like SLAM! BOOM! CRASH!

About Wolf Larson

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Wolf Larsen is an adventurer, novelist, playwright, and poet. He has traveled through 45 countries in Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. For nearly twelve years, Wolf Larsen worked as a seasonal laborer in Alaska. Wolf was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago. He left home at the age of eighteen and has lived in Wisconsin, New York City, Ecuador, Alaska, Honduras, Brazil, and Peru. Wolf Larsen has written three novels, four books of poetry, a play, and a screenplay. Wolf Larsen dreamed up the idea of writing a run-on sentence while sitting in a café in Amsterdam, Holland.
Published September 7, 2005 by Xlibris. 259 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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