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WE ARE ALL TOGETHER by Richard Fulco

Evocative, wholesomely gripping, and thematically rich…

Fulco’s latest novel is a remarkable ride through the rock ‘n’ roll era of the late 60s, taking readers on one man’s exhilarating journey of self-discovery. 1967. Twenty-one-year-old guitarist Stephen Cane is back home after his promising band falls apart. But the dream of making it big in the music world forces Stephen to shift his base to New York and joins his former friend and bandmate, Dylan John, a pioneer of psychedelic rock whose band is on the verge of making it big. When Dylan quits the band to be a civil right activist, Stephen finds himself replacing his friend. But success comes at a price. Continuous plot twists contribute tension and mystery to this ingenious story about dreams, hope, love, fulfillment, the healing power of artistic expression, and self-discovery. Told in Stephen’s urgent first-person voice, the story reveals the young man’s search for identity and his place in the world. Fulco is a master of pacing, and his vivid prose is a delight. Like Stephen’s shifting priorities in the story, this novel is so much more than the sum of its parts—an appealingly soul-searching literary tale that beautifully renders its characters’ search for identity. Lovers of serious literature will be enthralled.


Richard Fulco

Publisher: Wampus Multimedia

ISBN: 9798835895113

Publication Date: November 29, 2022

Format: paperback and Ebook

Pages: 230

Price: $17.99

Genre: Literary Fiction

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