Author/Publisher Oak Summers transforms reading into an experience which takes you through the life of Chicago's urban culture from an insider's perspective.
Chicago, IL—May 25, 2009: Chicagoan Oak Summers has written a fascinating tale about the politics of urban crime (or the crime of modern politics) in his page-turning debut novel A Hustler’s Legislation.
Already an acclaimed music composer and published journalist, Mr. Summers merged his love for books, music and animation until he created an insightful, entertaining urban-fiction novel that’s accompanied by an original theme-based soundtrack.
This novel has been reviewed and enjoyed by a host of critics; but the most passionate endorsement came from Maurice D. Ashford III who stated,
“I’m not an avid reader. In fact, I rarely read recreationally… but A Hustler’s Legislation caught my attention from page 1, and I couldn’t put it down!”
This novel converts non-readers and keeps them captivated throughout the tale.What testimonial could be greater than that?
Mr. Summers says, “I was born to be a Renaissance Man. I’ve been a writer and an artist since the 6th grade, when I created and distributed a bi-weekly comic book for my classmates; and as an adolescent I rocked the mic with some of the most popular musicians of today while they were still upstarts. Since then, life has taken me in different directions; but now I see those experiences were only fodder for this chapter in my life.”
A Hustler’s Legislation is an in-depth look into the life of Chicago’s urban culture from a perspective that only an insider would know; and told in a way that you feel like you’re a part of it.
You actually become the main character for 260pgs of sex, crime, betrayal and triumph… and that’s just the politicians!
Be prepared to understand the plight of urban life in a way you’ve never imagined.
Oak Summers is 29yrs old and lives in Chicago, Illinois.
The novel A Hustler’s Legislation is available on Amazon.com, and the e-book is available on Lulu.com/5614675.