Christopher Robert Young, Cry for short, told himself he went with Lexie to keep her safe, that it had nothing to do with his struggle to avoid hustling along the harbor like Moon and the others. Selling blow jobs for forty bucks, however, pales in comparison to what he finds in Cole's apartment above the funeral home. And even a hungry kid will only go so far to fill his stomach. In the ensuing struggle, Chris escapes but Lexie does not and that fact still haunts him.
Dust Bin Bob is back after saving the day for the Beatles in Manila, except this time he’s hanging in Morocco with Brian Jones, the doomed original guitarist of the Rolling Stones. Brian buys an antique mirror used for the esoteric art of mirror gazing. What Brian sees in the mirror frightens him and sets the scene for his untimely death. Was he murdered? Find out in the sequel to Rubber Soul, Painted Black.
Have you ever wondered why people see ghosts or believe in myths, Angels and other celestial beings? Have you ever wondered whether our existence is scientific or a natural phenomenon? Have you ever wondered why mental illness is triggered? Author Kate Dobrowolska hopes you will read this book and enter a new phase in your life which can enlighten your future thoughts and destiny. Bipolar is an illness which affects the whole family; it can be debilitating, unnerving and truly frightening. Petal Painted Black is a candid personal account of one woman’s lifelong struggle with mental health issues. Poetic and raw - with some disturbing revelations - it offers a thought-provoking insight into the complex world of a courageous woman with Bipolar. “Soul cleansing” “A support and comfort to others who suffer from poor mental health” “An aid to medical practioners who wish to hear directly from a Bipolar sufferer” The book necessarily contains explicit sexual references.
Paint it Black is a historical fictional account of the Vietnam war during the year 1968 from the Black perspective. In his well known style of mixing fiction with literary narrative, Carter takes the reader into the world of the Black soldier as he fights for his country and self during a year that defined American modern history.
Now a major film directed by Amber Tamblyn starring Alia Shawkat and Janet McTeer 'Janet Fitch writes the way women think in a way that is so different and poetic and brutal' Amber Tamblyn, Fast Company 'Real . . . filled with sensual detail' Oprah Winfrey 'Amy Poehler had given me the book . . . and said, "You should just read this, it's amazing" And I did, and I was so blown away' Amber Tamblyn, WWD A young woman's search for truth in the aftermath of loss. Josie Tyrell, artists' model, teen runaway, at home in LA's punk rock scene, finds a chance at real love with art student Michael Faraday. A Harvard dropout and son of a renowned pianist, Micheal takes her into his sophisticated world. But then comes a call from the Los Angeles County Corner asking her to identify her lover's dead body. Passionate, wounded, fiercely alive, Josie walks the brink of her own destruction as she fights to discover what is left of the brilliant future she and Michael had dreamed.
Cookie trips through her forty-year odyssey on this planet—from LSD to shopping at the A&P, from birthing Max to shooting Pink Flamingos. The echoes of her passionate commitments will ring in your ears. It is a tragedy to have lost her. Fortunately, along with the memories, she left us this marvelous testament to her intrepid zest for living.