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The Story of Junk

by Linda Yablonsky
Publisher: Headline Review
Release Date: 1997
Genre: Drug addicts
Pages: 343 pages
ISBN 13: 9780747277002
ISBN 10: 0747277001
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Witty, terrifying, and utterly cool, Yablonsky’s roman à clef is a searing, hyperreal account of the heroin underground in 1980s Manhattan Told with dark humor and unremitting honesty, Linda Yablonsky’s riveting first novel explores the New York art and postpunk music world of the early 1980s from deep within. Set in motion by the appearance of a federal agent, the tale follows two women on a dangerous and seductive journey through a bohemia where hard drugs, extreme behavior, intense friendships, and the emergence of AIDS profoundly alter their lives.
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