|1932 Drug & The Dominos|
|English Translator||Taylor Engel|
|Publication date|| 10 October 2003 (JP)
18 April 2017 (EN)
|Published by|| MediaWorks (JP)
Yen On (EN)
| Preceded by|
1931 The Grand Punk Railroad: Express
| Followed by|
2001: The Children of Bottle
The fourth light novel of Baccano! is 1932 Drug & The Dominos.
It was published in October of 2003 and is 328 pages long.
THE YEAR 1932. The alchemist Begg believes the drugs he created will guide people to the highest plane of existence. Drugs that the junkie Roy can't break free from. Drugs that the Runorata Family executive loses to a thief. And where were those packets of white powder manufactured? The young girl Eve is about to find out--and discover her family's true colors. Trouble stirs in the city that never sleeps as fate links these individuals together like a chain of falling dominos...
According to the Live-In Bartender And Cook
- According to Fred, a doctor living in New York City
- According to the hitman Vino
- The title of the volume is a reference to the band Derek and the Dominos.
- During the confrontation at the Daily Days office, Claire Stanfield quotes from the film The Jazz Singer, "You ain't heard nothin' yet!"
- The title is often miswritten as "Drugs and the Dominoes."
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