Legend of the Melting Towers [NOOK Book]

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Legend of the Melting Towers is my second installment in the series The Broken Skyline. It is a supplement or extra story from the original story. The introduction to the Melting Towers occurred in The Broken Skyline. Legend of the Melting Towers expands upon that introduction and introduces new characters as well.

Garbage Bag is listening to The Road who is telling him about the Legend of the Melting Towers. In the legend we are told that ...
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Legend of the Melting Towers

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Overview

Legend of the Melting Towers is my second installment in the series The Broken Skyline. It is a supplement or extra story from the original story. The introduction to the Melting Towers occurred in The Broken Skyline. Legend of the Melting Towers expands upon that introduction and introduces new characters as well.

Garbage Bag is listening to The Road who is telling him about the Legend of the Melting Towers. In the legend we are told that Fast City Highways came to a screeching halt, a woman became homeless and wanders the streets of New York City to this day and that the buildings call the statue of liberty by her nickname SOL. We are also introduced to Traffic Meter who finishes the tale.

This story was inspired by the events of 9/11 and my paintings and drawings of this event thereafter.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016655543
  • Publisher: Simpatico Books
  • Publication date: 6/13/2013
  • Series: The Broken Skyline, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

I've been a New Yorker since age seven, when my family relocated to the Bronx from Ecuador. Currently I maintain a studio in the Hunts Point part of the Bronx. I graduated from Parsons University with a degree in Fine Arts and also one in Education. I also work as a teacher in order to support my artistic endeavors.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2014

    Chavez┬┐s sequel in the Garbage Bag Saga takes a turn for the ser

    Chavez’s sequel in the Garbage Bag Saga takes a turn for the serious.  Chavez, being a New Yorker, has dealt with the tragedy of 9/11 on a very personal level, and this book is his way of expressing it.  While “The Broken Skyline” is filled with light hearted humor, this one is stark seriousness, and instead of dealing with how the people were effected by this tragedy, he has focused on the unique perspectives of the inhuman aspects of the city and how they reacted to such a tragedy and what the World Trade Center towers meant to them and to the city as a whole.

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