A New Day in America

A New Day in America

by Theo Black Gangi

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Overview

It’s been a year since the blast devoured New York City.

An airborne disease has wiped out millions.

High caliber weapons and gasmasks are a necessity.

Memories are an extravagance.

Former Special Forces operator Nostradamus Greene lost his wife and teenaged sons. Now he struggles to keep his young daughter safe, waging war against desperate scavengers, rabid for any food they can find or steal. With only so much to go around, Nos and Naomi fight and scrap to survive the biological Armageddon. Each day brings new danger to their reinforced door. But when Nos hesitates in killing a pair of raiding brothers, Naomi is attacked and exposed to the virus.

Nos’ new mission goes beyond mere survival. To save his daughter, he’ll have to find the cure that saves the world.


Praise for A New Day in America:

“Theo Gangi’s A New Day in America grabs hold and won’t let go. A brilliant and heartbreaking white-knuckle ride.” — Adam Mansbach, author of Go the Fuck to Sleep

"An apocalyptic novel with Victor LaValle’s wry grittiness combined with the rapid-fire writing style of a hard-boiled crime novelist." — Electric Literature

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781633700307
Publisher: Full Fathom Five Digital
Publication date: 01/21/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 342
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 16 Years

About the Author


Theo Black Gangi is the author of A New Day in America and the breakout crime thriller Bang Bang. His stories have been anthologized in First Thrills, edited by Lee Child; The Greensboro Review; The Columbia Spectator; and The Kratz Sampler. His articles and reviews have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, Mystery Scene Magazine, Inked Magazine, and Crimespree Magazine. A graduate of Columbia University’s Masters in Fine Arts Program, Gangi is the Director of the Writing Program at St. Francis College. He lives in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn with his wife. Their dog’s name is being withheld for security reasons.
 

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