Bang!: A Love Story

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Dragonon Incorporated, Sep 1, 2005 - Fiction - 260 pages
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Janie's got a gun: an unlicensed shiny, silver security blanket. Now eighteen, Janie is days away from entering the Flowers of God, a uniquely Southern California cult that is the brainchild of Eden, a.k.a. Jeremy Snipes, the vilified and feared former host of the wildly successful television talk show, Trash Talk. Eden discovered God while serving jail time for statutory rape, where he miraculously transformed from lascivious con man to celestial sage.Sharon, Janie's mother, is a steely narcissist who has hired a ruthless team of deprogrammers to find and return Janie to her rightful owner. But everything changes when John, a forty-year-old screenwriter stumbles upon Sharon's plan and decides to intercept Janie before the deprogrammers can. In a split-second, life-changing decision to save Janie from her fate, John discovers a point of resolve and certainty in his own life.Bang! is a love story: the relationship between an eighteen-year-old girl and a man caught in a mid-life crisis. A fast-paced black comedy, it confronts the complex issues of sex, morality, good, evil and salvation.

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Anthony Mora, who has been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, E! Entertainment!, MSNBC, CNN, and other media, began his career as a freelance journalist, writing for such publications as US, Playboy Publications, Buzz and Rolling Stone.In 1986, Anthony co-founded Phillips & Mora Entertainment, a public relations/personal management firm which represented actors, writers, directors and films. Eventually the company entered the production arena, producing several instructional videos as well as feature films. In 1990, Anthony founded Anthony Mora Communications, Inc.Anthony's novel, "BANG! A Love Story" was published, in hardback, in 1998. He adapted "BANG! A Love Story" as a play and as a screenplay. In 1999, BANG!, featuring Linda Cardellini in the lead role of Janie, was performed at the Acme Theater in Los Angeles and The American Place Theater in New York. BANG! was performed in August of 2004, at the Third Street Theatre in Los Angeles.Anthony recently finished a new play, "Modern Love" and is currently working on "The Resurrection of Light", a collaborative work in metal leaf, words, and watercolor, with artist Rachel Tribble.

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