Bacio feroce

Feltrinelli Editore

Sigillano silenzi, sanciscono alleanze, impartiscono assoluzioni e infliggono condanne, i baci feroci. Baci impressi a stampo sulle labbra per legare anima con anima, il destino tuo è il mio, e per tutti il destino è la legge del mare, dove cacciare è soltanto il momento che precede l’essere preda. La paranza dei Bambini ha conquistato il potere, controlla le piazze di spaccio a Forcella, ma da sola non può comandare. Per scalzare le vecchie famiglie di Camorra e tenersi il centro storico, Nicolas ’o Maraja deve creare una confederazione con ’o White e la paranza dei Capelloni. Per non trasformarsi da predatori in prede, i bambini devono restare uniti. Ed è tutt’altro che facile. Ogni paranzino, infatti, insegue la sua missione: Nicolas vuole diventare il re della città, ma ha anche un fratello da vendicare; Drago’ porta un cognome potente, difficile da onorare; Dentino, pazzo di dolore, è uscito dal gruppo di fuoco e ora vuole eliminare ’o Maraja; Biscottino ha un segreto da custodire per salvarsi la vita; Stavodicendo non è scappato abbastanza lontano; Drone, Pesce Moscio, Tucano, Briato’ e Lollipop sono fedeli a Nicolas, però sognano una paranza tutta loro... Fra contrattazioni, tradimenti, vendette e ritorsioni, le vecchie famiglie li appoggiano per sopravvivere o tentano di ostacolarli, seminando discordia direttamente in seno alle paranze. Una nuova guerra sta per scoppiare? Prosegue il ciclo della Paranza dei bambini e Roberto Saviano torna a raccontare i ragazzi dei nostri giorni feroci, nati in una terra di assassini e assassinati, disillusi dalle promesse di un mondo che non concede niente, tantomeno a loro. Forti di fame. Forti di rabbia. Pronti a dare e ricevere baci che lasciano un sapore di sangue. Non voglio il bacio sulla guancia che si prende l’affetto. Non voglio il bacio sulle labbra che si prende l’amore. Voglio il bacio feroce che si prende tutto.
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Oct 11, 2017
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Roberto Saviano
A groundbreaking major bestseller in Italy, Gomorrah is Roberto Saviano's gripping nonfiction account of the decline of Naples under the rule of the Camorra, an organized crime network with a large international reach and stakes in construction, high fashion, illicit drugs, and toxic-waste disposal. Known by insiders as "the System," the Camorra affects cities and villages along the Neapolitan coast, and is the deciding factor in why Campania, for instance, has the highest murder rate in all of Europe and whycancer levels there have skyrocketed in recent years.

Saviano tells of huge cargoes of Chinese goods that are shipped to Naples and then quickly distributed unchecked across Europe. He investigates the Camorra's control of thousands of Chinese factories contracted to manufacture fashion goods, legally and illegally, for distribution around the world, and relates the chilling details of how the abusive handling of toxic waste is causing devastating pollution not only for Naples but also China and Somalia. In pursuit of his subject, Saviano worked as an assistant at a Chinese textile manufacturer, a waiter at a Camorra wedding, and on a construction site. A native of the region, he recalls seeing his first murder at the age of fourteen, and how his own father, a doctor, suffered a brutal beating for trying to aid an eighteen-year-old victim who had been left for dead in the street.

Gomorrah is a bold and important work of investigative writing that holds global significance, one heroic young man's impassioned story of a place under the rule of a murderous organization.

Roberto Saviano
“Zero zero zero” flour is the finest, whitest available. “Zero zero zero” is also the nickname among narcotraffickers for the purest, highest quality cocaine on the market. And it is the title of Roberto Saviano’s unforgettable exploration of how the cocaine trade knits the world into its dark economy and imposes its own vicious rules and moral codes on its armies and, through them, on us all.
Saviano’s Gomorrah, his explosive account of the Neapolitan mob, the Camorra, was a worldwide publishing sensation. It struck such a nerve with the Camorra that Saviano has lived with twenty-four hour police protection in the shadow of death threats for more than seven years. During this time he has become intimate with law enforcement agencies around the world. Saviano has broadened his perspective to take in the entire global “corporate” entity that is the drug trade in cooperation with law enforcement officials, who have fed him information and sources and used him to guide their own thinking and tactics. Saviano has used this extraordinary access to feed his own groundbreaking reportage.

The result is a truly amazing and harrowing synthesis of intimate literary narrative and geopolitical analysis of one of the most powerful dark forces in the global economy. In Zero Zero Zero, Saviano tracks the shift in the cocaine trade’s axis of power, from Colombia to Mexico, and relates how the Latin American cartels and gangs have forged alliances, first with the Italian crime syndicates, then with the Russians, Africans, and others. On the one hand, he charts an astonishing increase in sophistication and diversification as these criminal entities diversify into many other products and markets. On the other, he reveals the threat of violence to protect and extend power and how the nature of the violence has grown steadily more appalling.

Saviano is a journalist of rare courage and a thinker of impressive intellectual depth and moral imagination, able to see the connections between far-flung phenomena and bind them into a single epic story. Most drug-war narratives feel safely removed from our own lives; Saviano offers no such comfort. As heart racing as it is heady, Zero Zero Zero is a fusion of a variety of disparate genres into a brilliant new form that can only be called Savianoesque.

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