THE MAN WHO COULD NOT DIE
is for those who keep on the bedside table A Brief History of Time by Hawking and the poems by Caproni, for those who would like to leave everything and go to Nepal, and for those who would like to have the smell of an elephant to feel all the flavors of the world.
At first it looks like a cold, possibly an allergy. Then the disease enters into the life of the protagonist. He fights with any efforts but understands that sometimes it's the patient who has to take care of his loved ones, and not vice versa. In this novel, Tony Laudadio leads us as always on the edge of realism and a daily tragedy. But pushing us in the paradox of a life that never ends, it leads us to a different place, grotesque, surreal. Because what could be more surreal than a man who can not die ?