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Jay's Journal
By Julia Reed (foreword by), Poppy Tooker and Beatrice Sparks (editor)
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Dell Pub Co
Publication date November 1, 1979
Binding Paperback
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9780440145646
ISBN-10 0440145643
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Original list price $1.95
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Amazon.com description: Product Description: In the tradition of Go Ask Alice, a harrowing account of a teen boy’s descent into drugs, Satanism, and death.

Jay was a sweet, bright high school student who cared about his grades and his friends. He had ambitions. He was happy. And he thought he could handle anything.
He was wrong.
When Jay falls in with a crowd that's dabbling in drugs and the occult, he finds himself in over his head and doing things he never thought possible. Fascinated by the dark arts and in love with a dangerous girl, Jay falls deeper and deeper into a life he no longer recognizes...and sees no way out.

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With Poppy Tooker, Beatrice Sparks (other contributor) | from Dell Pub Co (November 1, 1979); titled "Jay's Journal"
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