By Marlayna Glynn Brown
Instantly following the wildly renowned award-winning Overlay: A story of 1 Girl's lifestyles In Seventies Las Vegas, Marlayna Glynn Brown maintains her amazing trip in urban OF ANGELES, revealing the bottom of a existence lived in Eighties Los Angeles.
This searing, frequently strange story of Glynn Brown's teenagers and twenties finds her flight from Las Vegas to the bold global of self re-invention one of the angels and demons.
Glynn Brown unflinchingly begets a self from the unlikeliest beginnings, and now provides a sequel illustrating heaven and hell on her carrying on with flight for self discovery.
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