Date:27.08.2016, 17:02 You read the full article below, or from the original source at m : How to describe Marlon Jamess monumental new novel A Brief History of Seven Killings? Its like a Tarantino remake of The Harder They Come but with a soundtrack by Bob Marley and a script by Oliver Stone and William Faulkner, with maybe a little creative boost. These people are connected by politics, business and/or sex, and their complicated transactional relationships provide a harrowing view of Kingston as a dog-eat-dog world of opportunists, where everyone seems to be using everyone else Americans and Jamaicans, women and men, thugs and politicians and informants. Marley (who is referred to here almost always as the Singer) becomes an almost peripheral figure in this novel, as the story focuses in on fictional versions of the people around him, the ones who come and go. As for the poor, tyrannized by local gangs and by the police, their most basic needs ignored by politicians: Plenty people even in the middle of sufferation going pick the bad they know over the good they can only dream about, because who dream but madman and fool? The characters include politicians, gang enforcers, C.I.A. operatives, Cuban Bay of Pigs alumni, corrupt police officers, various fixers, drug traffickers, musical hangers-on and a Rolling Stone journalist named Alex Pierce who seems at least partly based on White, and whose efforts to piece together the story behind the attempted assassination form the spine of this cacophonous book.
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