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  • By Cynthia Schweigert
    Feb 1, 2010
    "Token has a way of connecting with his reader. You can envision being part of the action, even though you may not have lived that particular lifestyle. The author has many messages about life: acceptance, love, spirituality and a truly sad outcome about what happens if you continue to avoid that sometimes awful reality known as "life". Token makes every day details come to life from a perfect sunny day in San Fransisco to the inside of a motel room in Oakland, CA. I loved this book and would recommend it to all who love to go on "journeys" and then think about how they turn out. It's a unique read and a great escape from what we now know of the world.
  • By Kirk Diggler
    Nov 3, 2009
    Great book! He wrote it like I remember it I can still hear Fast Eddie saying "hippie jokes for a dollar".What good times those were to live and for those who almost did this book will explain the rest.
  • By roy giron
    Jun 21, 2009
    "Haight Street Posse" We all go through a diffrent road and travel to the trip of our own self experiences. Our journeys are the foundations of who we are now; until the end of each chapter and only to start a new story in the parts of our life. If you have ever questioned and wondered about honesty, then this is a must read book. As an old friend of Brads I feel that He's been honest to share the scenery and hustle in the shuffling that was the last part of the Deads' following. If you ever wondered what the real noise of the street scene was about, here's your chance.
  • By learnluvgrow
    Jun 21, 2009
    "Haight St. Posse" It was really meaningful for me to read this book and remember the journey - mine included - both good and bad. This is a poignant look at a life that many of us lived, but that little is known about outside of those who experienced it. This is a window into that life... "There were days, and there were days And there were days I know When all we ever wanted Was to learn and love and grow Once we grew into our shoes We told them where to go Walked halfway around the world On promise of the glow Stood upon a mountain top Walked barefoot in the snow Gave the best we had to give How much we'll never know We'll never know" ~Hunter/Garcia
  • By Grateful Dad
    Mar 24, 2009
    "Haight St. Posse" This book reminded me of reading "Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain because "Haight St. Posse" is First person writing in the point of view of the author. It's true, you will feel like your there as you read it. As soon as I started, it was hard to stop. I wouldn't be surprised if this book becomes a movie. Two thumbs up!
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Token Jackson
November 27, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.76 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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