Home At The Edge


In this gripping sequel to the acclaimed memoir “Chicago Rage,” we once again delve into the tumultuous life of Ron. Set against the vibrant backdrop of the 1969 Chicago Haymarket riot, this narrative picks up where “Chicago Rage” left off, immersing readers in Ron’s continued journey of self-discovery, love, and revolution.

As Ron navigates the complexities of Cook County jail, forms bonds in unexpected places, and grapples with societal expectations in a mental institution, echoes of his past experiences from “Chicago Rage” reverberate throughout. Newcomers to Ron’s story will be captivated by his resilience and spirit, while fans of the first memoir will appreciate the deeper exploration of his character and the world around him.

Amidst love affairs, haunting memories, and the pull of revolution, this memoir not only stands as a testament to a young man’s journey in a transformative era but also serves as a compelling continuation of the saga begun in “Chicago Rage.” Whether you’re revisiting Ron’s world or stepping into it for the first time, this memoir promises a journey that resonates with the challenges and aspirations of a generation. For the full experience, readers are encouraged to explore “Chicago Rage” and witness the genesis of Ron’s odyssey.