'Shim-Sham' from Page Publishing author Cameron Sugar is a wild ride charting the lives of two teenage boys that spans the globe from the lawless waters of Southeast Asia to Newport Beach, California.
NEW YORK, September 24, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Cameron Sugar has completed his new book “Shim-Sham”: a fast-paced and entertaining story of casual insanity, wonton criminality, and the urgent necessities of young love.
The self-proclaimed “Great American Novel” is a comedic ride-along with two teenage boys from vastly different backgrounds on a wild coming of age adventure. Although they have never met, their fate will soon be intertwined thanks to a host of crazy characters ranging from crooked preachers, a lunatic red-neck, Malaysian prostitutes, real estate developers, lawyers, educators, a drug Lord, tequila farmers, marines, Indians, con men and most of all women, including an enchanting Fijian Princess named Desiree Hayes. Told in three acts, Shim Sham spans the globe taking the reader on a scintillating, laugh-out-loud odyssey from the lawless waters of the south Pacific to the middle East, through the deep South to southern California and ultimately a climatic showdown in Old Mexico.
The writers share, “When fifteen-year-old Ramazac is thrown from a Malaysian oil derrick by his wildcat father with the admonition, ‘Bon voyage, bitch boy! Hope you float longer than your mom did,’ the only thing he could think about was missing his rig tail. On the other hand, when Troy, the Newport Beach High School quarterback, gets shipped off to religious camp as punishment for downloading music, he’s convinced it’s a death sentence designed to ruin his life.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, this engrossing book is a wildly insouciant, globetrotting drama with an unforgettable cast of characters that keep the reader guessing at every turn. Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Shim-Sham” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
Source: Page Publishing