Item description for Tomorrow Never Comes by James Salerno...
Surreal. Dreamlike. Incongruous images that play havoc with the subconscious. A twilight zone where anything can happen. This is where Tom finds himself one chilly, wet evening. While destiny takes him to the murky past that he has left behind, Tom has no control over these dark forces that impel him to take memory trips into those lanes he has no wish to haunt. Here he has to come to terms with his darkest deed. In a smoky bar with a couple of strangers and an initially disgruntled bartender, Tom spends a night like never before, when hi sdestiny merges his past with his present. In the end, it all makes sense. In the end...
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Publisher Athena Press Publishing Company
ISBN 1932077723 ISBN13 9781932077728
Availability 51 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 16, 2017 09:56.
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More About James Salerno
James Salerno was raised in Greenwich, Connecticut. He has three great children. He attended Muhlenberg College and Nova Southeastern University, where he earned an MBA. He has a published book called Tomorrow Never Comes. He will write until the day he dies, which hopefully isn't soon. His goal is to one day see someone reading one of his books.
Reviews - What do customers think about Tomorrow Never Comes?
Best Book Ever Jul 18, 2006
A+ definitely a work of art that should be on everyones top ten list. The description of the times and events that happened were more than lifelike upon reading it. I felt as if I was back in my more youthful days myself. To anyone that does not agree with me on the amount of intrigue I crossed while reading this book, negativity is usually jealousy in disguise. I reccomend this to anyone and all ages deffinetly a must read.
Hard to believe I read the same book! Mar 6, 2005
This is the perfect work of fiction for you if you enjoy a story that reads as though it were written by a high school student taking a class in creative writing. It is about as artless and ingenuous as they come. If ever this site would provide less than a 1 star rating, it should be specifically for this book.
Riveting Aug 23, 2001
I really enjoyed this book. It was a true page-turner. I never read a book that captured the generation that I grew up in with such truth and frankness. I truly felt that I could relate to the main character, Tom. It was as if I knew him, and experienced some of the same things that Tom went through. James Salerno writes in an intriging style, one that makes this book a real pleasure to read. In fact I finished it in one night as I could not put it down. However, this book was made for a great reading weekend at the beach. Pick it up, you will enjoy it.
Finally a book about MY LIFE! Aug 15, 2001
WOW!!! I couldn't put this book down! I can absolutely identify with the Character, Tom Crespo. This book describes the way I lived my life so closely, it's was eerie. All of the Late Baby Boomers should read it, it's something we all can relate to. This book should also serve as a lesson of the consequences of living a "loose" life for todays teens. A Great Read, I highly recommend it.
Drugs,sex, secrets:Novel promises Author a Bright "Tomorrow" Aug 12, 2001
August 12,2001 News staff reports STUART - The notion of your life flashing before your eyes before finally fading into the great unknown is both cliched and comforting. Looking back on one's memorable moments would serve as a nice distraction before dealing with death - granted that the life in question featured moments worth revisiting.
In Tomorrow Never Comes, a new novel by Stuart resident James Salerno, Tom finds himself reflecting on his life with pals at a pub over a few pints and a game of pool. He looks at the wanton waste of his youth - spend on pot, pills and promiscuity - and recognizes regret, especially about a dark secret he's harbored so long it hovers over him like a storm cloud.
Now, however, Tom enjoys the quieter side of things, reveling in his relationship with his wife and children.
Then he exits the bar and enters the evening, unaware destiny will escort him on an unexpected date.