The Road Through Wonderland

Author: Dawn Schiller
Publisher: Medallion Media Group
ISBN: 1605420905
Size: 64.21 MB
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The Road Through Wonderland. Painstakingly honest, this chilling memoir reveals how a teenager became immersed in the bizarre life of legendary porn star John Holmes. Starting with a childhood that molded her perfectly to fall for the seduction of Òthe king of porn,Ó this autobiography recounts the perilous road that Dawn Schiller traveledÑfrom drugs and addiction to beatings, arrests, forced prostitution, and being sold to the drug underworld. After living through the horrific Wonderland murders of 1981, she entered protective custody, ran from the FBI, and turned in John Holmes to the police. This is the true story of a young girlÕs harrowing escape from one of the most infamous public figures, her struggle to survive, and her recovery from unthinkable abuse.

A Road Runs Through It

Author: Thomas Reed Petersen
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781555663711
Size: 53.91 MB
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A Road Runs Through It. This book explores what many consider to be the most important issue in the re-wilding of America today-roads. Not highways, but the 500,000 miles of roads built on federal forest lands to access natural resources and then abandoned when the resources were removed.

Ellison Wonderland

Author: Harlan Ellison
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497604710
Size: 47.30 MB
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Ellison Wonderland. Originally published in 1962 and updated in later decades with a new introduction, Ellison Wonderland contains sixteen masterful stories from the author’s early career. This collection shows a vibrant young writer with a wide‐ranging imagination, ferocious creative energy, devastating wit, and an eye for the wonderful and terrifying and tragic. Among the gems are “All the Sounds of Fear,” “The Sky Is Burning,” “The Very Last Day of a Good Woman,” and “In Lonely Lands.” Though they stand tall on their own merits, they also point the way to the sublime stories that followed soon after and continue to come even now, more than fifty years later.