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- DescriptionIn Feisengrad's world, kwn only as The Z, human babies emerge from large eggs in laboratories; food is limited to a substance called vegetable, and constant war is waged against an unnamed enemy. Every action is strictly monitored and potential violations result in citizens being ruled safe or out by the ruling umpires. The rules of the game are only kwn to the cops and umpires and appear to be completely arbitrary. Like other residents of The Z, Feisengrad must find friends, a job and a girlfriend in order to remain safe - but in doing so, he soon finds himself drawn into a larger conflict that threatens t just his existence, but the internal harmony of The Z.
- Author BiographyAaron Richard Golub, a New York-based trial attorney, specializes in entertainment and commercial litigation. He established his reputation through a series of high-profile cases against the likes of Dino de Laurentiis, John Guare, William Hurt, Marc Rich, Martin Scorsese, Brook Shields, Sharon Stone, Donald Trump, Andy Warhol, Harvey Weinstein, The Mayfair Regent Hotel, Penthouse Magazine, Progressive Insurance, Universal Studios and Warner Brothers. As a public figure, Golub was the subject of cover stories in New York Magazine (1989) and The Sunday Observer (1989), television specials on 60 Minutes (Australia), GBH (Germany) and was featured in The New York Times as a Public Personality (2000). BBC Two produced documentaries about two cases he litigated: Penthouse Magazine/Bob Guccione vs. Ken Russell (the director of Tommy) and Hampton vs. John Guarre (about the film, Six Degrees of Separation). Mr. Golub appeared twice weekly on The Morning Show (CBS, 2002), reporting on the Michael Skakel trial in New Canaan, Connecticut-Skakel was convicted of murdering Martha Moxley in 1975. Behind the camera, Golub produced a BBC Two documentary on renowned photographer Weegee (1980s) and curated an exhibition about him at The Whitney Museum. His first novel, a legal thriller called The Big Cut (St Martin's Press, 2000), became a national bestseller, ranking number one on The Los Angeles Times bestseller list. Golub wrote the original screenplay and produced the film Factory Girl (2008). Feisengrad, Book One is his second novel.
- Author(s)Aaron Richard Golub
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication27/07/2010
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight236 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine9 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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