Hawaii: A Novel

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Hawaii: A Novel

Hawaii A Novel A nine term U S senator and political patriarch is dead leaving Hawai i at a crossroads crumbling public education at all levels a crystal meth epidemic and class divisions so deep that even State

  • Title: Hawaii: A Novel
  • Author: Mark Panek
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A nine term U.S senator and political patriarch is dead, leaving Hawai i at a crossroads crumbling public education at all levels, a crystal meth epidemic, and class divisions so deep that even State Senator Russell Lee has to scramble to avoid eviction from his family s dream home When an illegal gambling debt puts him further in the hole, Russell s only way out is toA nine term U.S senator and political patriarch is dead, leaving Hawai i at a crossroads crumbling public education at all levels, a crystal meth epidemic, and class divisions so deep that even State Senator Russell Lee has to scramble to avoid eviction from his family s dream home When an illegal gambling debt puts him further in the hole, Russell s only way out is to go all in, joining forces with an up and coming developer, an underworld kingpin, and a Chinese casino magnate Their goal To sway an electorate easily distracted by UH football into rolling the dice on the biggest legislative gamble in the state s history Russ lays it all on the line in a battle that pits him against the anointed Democratic party favorite, an entrenched anti development movement, and the long lost righteous Hawaiian blood brother he must convince to join him in the name of helping his people From the summit of Mauna Kea to the crowded shores of Waikiki, from the State Capitol to the seedy backstreets of Honolulu, Mark Panek leaves out nothing in this scathing portrait of 21st century paradise.

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    One thought on “Hawaii: A Novel

    1. Joyce on said:

      I guess I am in a minority in that I thought it was just an okay book. I made it through the entire book but it felt like the author was trying too hard to use fiction to expound upon the social ills of Hawaii and didn't include enough of the good about the people or this place that keeps both he and I here. He stereotypes everyone in the novel so badly that the characters all seem to fall flat. We needed to get to know the main character a lot better, and story lines didn't always interconnect [...]

    2. Paul on said:

      Wow what a book. Hawaii as it is today, described from various viewpoints. The author critically defines, skewers, and criticizes every stereotype perfectly.This book is definitely not on the chamber of commerces recommended reading list.

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