Only for Now

Only for Now

by Lenny Greenman, Stephen Melillo

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Overview

Seventeen-year-old Stephen Rinaldi was a highly dedicated, abnormally skilled, confused and powerful boy on the precipice of manhood. He was a proficient killer who had hired himself to crush a wrong. Literal and internal, Stephen stepped into a ring with powerful, politically connected enemies. No training, no prayers, no prior life-experience had prepared him. Told by his student and friend, Lenny Greenman, Only for Now s a fast-paced action-adventure that recounts how one individual took a beating in every way a person might, yet stood tall in a world that tried to kick him in another direction. During the divorce of his parents, bitter backstabbing betrayals, the ridicule of buddies who once called him a friend and the unexplained and hurtful end of his first love, Stephen leaves home for his first year at college. Exceptionally skilled in the Chinese martial art, he inadvertently challenges another kung fu teacher named Yang. Frank Yang and his school of more than 125 become adversaries on a distant college campus far from home. Stephen’s life literally goes into a ring, a struggle inside and out, between turning the other cheek and fighting back… hard. In Only for Now, one person collides with formidable foes and literally goes undercover, but in the end, Stephen Rinaldi emerges as a real-to-life Hero. Life is short but wide. Only for Now stands as a lasting testament to those who believe that growing up need not mean giving in.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595136612
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/20/2000
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)
Age Range: 15 - 17 Years

About the Author

Into 2018, Stephen's Symphony IIII: Lightfall, was nominated for the Pulitzer and Nemmers Prize in Music. Winner of three 2009 Telly & Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert, Kakehashi: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen's concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 15 feature film scores include the Oscar-nominated 12:01PM and the horror thriller, The Unwilling, to be released on Sony VOD, both directed by Jonathan Heap. An ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Stephen's more than 1170 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 33-hours of Music for Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™. The STORMWORKS Chapter 55 CD: Way of the Wanderer will be recorded by Das Musikkorps der Bundeswehr in October. With 28 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen's pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992.

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