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"Jack Grisham finally, irrevocably, puts to death the slander that the early Los Angeles punk scene was 'plastic.' The first true literature to come out of our pathetic little punk lives, American Demon is haunting and awakens monsters. But it should come with a warning label: it’s a dangerous book. Read Patti Smith's Just Kids. Then read this. But only if you have the courage to follow poetry as far as it can go." Paul Roessler, producer, composer, musician
"If you’ve ever found yourself unable to turn away from witnessing an accident, crash or natural disaster, you’ll read America Demon straight through, like I did. Jack Grisham’s memoir is as original as it is horrifying. I couldn’t put it down." James Frey, bestselling author, A Million Little Pieces and Bright Shiny Morning
ROFLMAO I like how you changed the names and mixed some things up! Still enjoined it and it explained a lot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sage Woman
An American Demon was stunning like an electric shock. It was not the narrative memoir I expected. Although it did give me a look inside the southern California '80s Punk scene, it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer
Crazy book. Really loved it. It's not simple, it isn't immoral or moral in a straight line, but I think it arcs to a good place.Published 2 months ago by El Tigre TA Esmitz
One of the best memoirs you will ever read. You can't believe any of it could be true but it all is. Brilliantly written.Published 4 months ago by josh
What a prick. I for many years thought if I met a supposed psychopath, or a rapist, or whatever, I could just TALK to them and make a connection and everything would be good -... Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Baur
Great, Scary book that allows you to see the world through the eyes of a sociopath. A great glimpse into the early 80s LA Punk scene, a scene that has not really been documented as... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eric R. Planck
pretty good auto pretty wild stuff.As a long time fan I finally got to read it.I was around that punk scene in Southern California so a lot of stuff brought back memories. Read morePublished 7 months ago by seth knego
I liked this book. I liked everything about it, except for the 'demon' bulls***. It is the story of a dude who acted like a selfish violent prick, who ultimately saw what a prick... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stu L.