Black Buck

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" Askaripour settles the negotiation on the principal page of this entrancing novel, executing a difficult exercise brimming with verve and dim, comic energy." 


— Colson Whitehead, creator of The Nickel Boys 


"A funny, sparkling parody as brilliant as its creator. Askaripour has reported himself as a significant ability of the school of Ralph Ellison, Paul Beatty, Fran Ross, and Ishmael Reed. Loaded with speedy pacing, excited energy, ludicrous—yet spot on—exciting bends in the road, and the absolute most entertaining analogies I've at any point perused, this novel is both emollient and bomb." 


— Nafissa Thompson-Spires, creator of Heads of the Colored People 


For enthusiasts of Sorry to Bother You and The Wolf of Wall Street — a snapping, ironical introduction novel about a young fellow offered a chance at fame as the solitary Black sales rep at a puzzling, faction like, and uncontrollably fruitful startup where nothing is as it seems.** 


There's nothing similar to a Black sales rep on a mission. 


An unambitious 22 year-old, Darren lives in a Bed-Stuy brownstone with his mom, who needs just to see him satisfy his potential as the valedictorian of Bronx Science. Yet, Darren is content working at Starbucks in the hall of a Midtown place of business, spending time with his sweetheart, Soraya, and eating his mom's home-prepared suppers. All that changes whenever a possibility experience with Rhett Daniels, the well-spoken CEO of Sumwun, NYC's most blazing tech startup, brings about a select greeting for Darren to join a tip top outreach group on the thirty-6th floor. 


In the wake of bearing a "damnation week" of preparing, Darren, the lone Black individual in the organization, rethinks himself as "Buck," a heartless sales rep unrecognizable to his loved ones. In any case, when things turn terrible at home and Buck feels he's wound up in a sorry situation, he starts to bring forth an arrangement to help youngsters of shading invade America's business power, setting off a chain of occasions that eternity changes the game. 


Dark Buck is an entertaining, dangerously sharp piercing of America's labor force; it is a propulsive, snapping debut that investigates aspiration and race, and clears a path for an important new vision of the American dream.




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