Transient Ways

Transient Ways

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by Jessica Erica Hahn
     
 

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TRANSIENT WAYS is a modern day On the Road for today's dispossessed generation. This somersaults the reader into an unadulterated joy ride through squatter's streets and hobo highways. Desperate and daring characters are freight-hopping and dumpster-diving. A collection of thinly autobiographical vignettes and short stories.

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TRANSIENT WAYS is a modern day On the Road for today's dispossessed generation. This somersaults the reader into an unadulterated joy ride through squatter's streets and hobo highways. Desperate and daring characters are freight-hopping and dumpster-diving. A collection of thinly autobiographical vignettes and short stories.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011126857
Publisher:
Jessica Erica Hahn
Publication date:
10/29/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
668,665
File size:
137 KB

Meet the Author

Jessica Erica Hahn lives in San Francisco, where she writes and raises three daughters. Please visit www.jessicaericahahn.com if you wish to read more of her writing.

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Transient Ways 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
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Seriously scintilating descriptions of a punk|post-modern hardscrabble scraping-by life along the abandoned railroad rights-of-way, written in a no-holds-barred first-hand narrative account. A rare lucid insider's viewpoint of the outsiders world, painfully reminiscent of Jack Black's _You Can't Win_, a poignant tragacomedic commentary on today's modern consume-at-all-costs mainstream society. Bashfully brillant, understatedly illustrated with edgy b&w fotos by the author and trustworthy her companion in mischief. a must read for every wannabe runaway Telegraph Ave gutterpunk.
Sher273 More than 1 year ago
Truthful and sad.
crazy_dog_lady More than 1 year ago
I didn't like this book at all. Hard to read. The subjects are lazy thiefs that look down on living an honest life.