Nick Santangelo pulls a routine assignment to cover a "downed" satellite. The timing couldn't be worse. His mother's oncologist does not expect her to last the night. He misses Hannah, his ex. The assassination of his brother (a savvy political reporter) occurred outside their parents' house. His editor arranges to meet him and gets gunned down. It doesn't get better. A package for him explodes outside the house. His investigation leads him to discover his ex is the biblical "Eve." The satellite showers the East Coast with her father's treacherous, electronic pulse that heals any illness, including his mother's cancer, until it viciously shuts down and turns the dreams of thousands into physical rot. Torn between fear and doubt, Nick learns that Hannah had conspired with his brother and had inadvertently brought about his death. Eve has the support of the president and showers Nick with evidence that her father, Methuselah, sabotaged the NASA satellite to avenge her ancient disobedience. Thus armed, Nick assists her, and her libidinous sister defend themselves against their father's wrath. As Hannah/Eve had hoped, Nick's "Bible" documents a father's vengeance in the face of his daughters' disobedience-and proposes "a new Genesis story for Earth."
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The Bible According to Nick Santangelo: "A Contemporary Mythic Tale" based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
A suspensful story with an intriguing plot that takes place in Philadelphia. Weaving fresh new concepts through vibrant, seductive characters and non-stop intrigue, Corsaro takes you on a mind-bending modern tale that appears real. So real, you can't help wondering if this is an expose, a snaphot, of what's actually going on beneath the surface of what we see today as "the world". I recommend this book to all adventure seekers with a healthy curiosity. A 'must read' for the thinker, the bold, the curious. Not for the faint of heart, this story engages all the emotions and jump-starts the intellect.