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The younger generation’s going to pot. A statement heard in Roman times; a maxim that’s been labeled by many Americans as simply “the Generation Gap”, a phrase that makes many of today’s youth even more suspicious of the older generation.
Today, hundreds of young boys and girls are running away from home, perhaps not to escape the truth but to find it, and thousands of teens have moved into the drug cult, the radical anti-establishment group. For them, it’s an escape from the society that created Vietnam; it’s a road to free themselves from the mistrust that made Watergate. But along the way, many of them will stumble, stymied by the conflict of inner desires versus the vestiges of social taboos; others find their own brand of freedom, whether it be in the bosom of a commune or the lonely wilds of non-civilization.
In the middle of this generation gap, there’s a mass of people like Kim Carter, a girl torn between her own strong sex drive and her desire to “be a good girl”, a teen-ager who disapproves of her mother’s free-wheeling life style, yet at the same time finds herself drawn to it.
JUICY LIKE MOM — a novel about today’s youth for tomorrow’s society.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number SE-1005 in the original publications (a duplicate).