By George Wethern
We all learn about the Hells Angels: toughs on Harleys terrorizing the law-abiding; wild brawls and wild intercourse; medications and cruelty, beatings, or even homicide. yet no one rather is aware what it truly is wish to be an Angel other than an Angel. during this vintage of Hells Angels literature, to be learn along the works of Hunter S. Thompson and Sonny Barger, George Wethern—for a long time the vp of the Oakland Chapter—tells it love it is.
Until he chanced on himself in reluctant provider to the courts, Wethern was once the critical Angel. one of many West Coast's best drug buyers, he was once a guy who enjoyed motorcycles, fights, girls, and medication; a guy who knew the private secrets and techniques of Angel lifestyles. Arrested, strung out, in depression, he received a precarious freedom through attesting in significant trials opposed to Angels members—and then disappeared into the witness safety software.
A Wayward Angel is a strong booklet, a not-for-the-squeamish portrait of the drug scene and the...