The father of Gonzo journalism, Hunter S. Thompson and his unique voice became beacons for the counterculture movement of the 1960s. Initially only available in an extremely limited edition, Screwjack became a publishing event when it was finally released to a wider audience. A spellbinding collection of three short works, Screwjack showcases Thompson's penchant for dark humor and his perceptive vision of America's often overlooked seamier sides.
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by Hunter S. Thompson
by Michael Knight
by Charles Baxter
by Richard S. Wheeler
by Ivan Doig
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