Rage is Back

Adam Mansbach’s novel of NYC graffiti artists with a justifiable grudge echoes the best work of Tom Robbins, Tom Wolfe and Edward Abbey.  As corrupt politicos are confronted by a ragtag group of the angry dispossessed, Rage is Back brings the flavor of the 1960s into the era of the Occupy movement.

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