• Web of the City

  • By: Harlan Ellison
  • Narrated by: Stefan Rudnicki
  • Length: 6 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 07-14-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Skyboat Media, Inc.
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars 3.7 (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"Get it straight right now: these aren't kids playing games of war. They mean business. They are junior-grade killers and public enemies one through 5,000."
In Rusty Santoro's neighborhood, the kids carry knives, chains, bricks, and broken glass. And when they fight, they fight dirty, leaving the streets littered with the bodies of the injured and the dead. Rusty wants out - but you can't just walk away from a New York street gang. And his decision may leave his family to pay a terrible price.
First published more than half a century ago and inspired by the author's real-life experience going undercover inside a street gang, Web of the City was Harlan Ellison's first novel and marked the long-form debut of one of the most electrifying, unforgettable, and controversial voices of 20th-century letters. Appearing here with the short story "No Game for Children", which Ellison wrote for the pulp magazines of the 1950s, Web of the City offers both a snapshot of a lost era and a portrait of violence and grief as timely as today's most brutal headlines. Includes an introduction read by the author.
©1955 Harlan Ellison (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Skyboat Media, Inc.
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