We can relate. There is no bailout for the American Middleclass and with foreclosures increasing every month, Rocket Man is paticularly resonant as a morality play of what the American Dream has become. Dale's quest to find happiness in this suburban landscape is a comedy with many hilarious moments. This is the novel about the people that Jonathan Franzen left out of FREEDOM. This is about the middleclass under seige with diminishing expectations, diminishing economic power, and still having to deal with kids and deferreed dreams with only a shortsale as salvation.
"I didnt set out to write a novel about the recession, but my character's main problems are economically based," novelist Wiliam Hazelgrove said from his office in the Hemingway House. "The American Dream had become the big car, the big house, the vacations, the whole ball of wax and then it all just crashed and left everyone wondering what the hell happened."
So it is with Rocket Man. Dale Hammer is looking for answers, trying to find what is left of the American Dream for himself and rolling toward a shorsale with the speed of a rocket.
Publication Date: April 26th, 2011, Sterling and Ross.com, 212 244-2084, www.billhazelgrove.com
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