James Waner’s New Book “The Kings of Summer” is an Adventure into the Joys of Being 17 During the Summer of 1960

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Recent release “The Kings of Summer” from Page Publishing author James Waner is a refreshing story about a young man who ventures to Chicago to visit family and the cast of colorful characters he encounters along the way.

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James Waner, a retired Catholic school teacher, has completed his new book “The Kings of Summer”: a fresh and funny glimpse into the early 60’s, and a young man’s first trip away from home on his own.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, James Waner’s tale revolves around 17-year-old Joey Winters, who is on his way to his uncle’s house in Chicago to spend a week with his cousins.

Throughout the week, Joey will have a number of adventures and meet many interesting people including Mad Dog Norkus, RG3, Kay the redhead, and beautiful Erica Andersen. But, not everything is coming up roses. Joey must deal with his cousin Freida, a nine-year-old terrorist-in-training. He will find himself on the receiving end of her evil pranks. Luckily for Joey, he has the help of Freida’s step-sister, Cindy, to at least stay even. And then there is Erica...who has Joey seeing life in a whole new way.

Readers who wish to experience this wonderful work can purchase“The Kings of Summer” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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