The Nightmare on 6th Street is a memoir that explores searchingly the author's experience while living a nightmare. It chronicles the destructiveness of human relations gone mad. At times it infiltrates some of the thinking, feeling, and acting of the characters in a way that challenges the very fabric of reason. Forced to explore reality and what it means to live and deal with very toxic and dangerous people, he emerges with an entirely new view of life and the dangers of the relationships we unwittingly encounter and must endure, or die. The Narrator is revealed for his unpretentious style in this chilling memoir. The emotional content of the book is made more direct, accessible, and palatable because of it. Some of the unhealthy relationship's we encounter between one ather is what one would think of as essential to a riveting memoir. This memoir is candid and generous. There are some very hard ways to learn life lessons. This is an honest book about life encounters and relationships at its worst and best. Though the narrator has well earned the right to complain, at point does he play the victim, he states the facts.In fact, Michael's removed; stance is initially startling, since many of the circumstances he describes are categorized as unconscionable. Though he sustains an omius mood and relays horrifying incidents with chilling candor, Taylor lightens up at times. Taylor has a knack for making a hardship feel like an adventure. This Book resonates from cover to cover. The narrator displays a certain kind of audacity to endure what he had to live through. The narrator tells a powerful first hand account of what may become a very controversal book, considering this is an election year. The Book is loaded with characters that many of us may be familiar with and have had to deal with and maybe run from, in some way shape or form. The story will pull you into it with ease. The drama is heartrenching and the personalities are truly psychotic. In this searing and candid memoir, Michael delivers a powerful message about the endurance of the human spirit and of the body that houses it. Author bio(s): Michael Taylor is a social justice advocate that currently lives and works in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.Publisher's comments: The American dream is only an aspiration until it materializes. That vision can be transformed into a reality for many of us. But what happens when something beyond your wildest dream happens? And you become immersed in a nightmare that is beyond comprehension, almost too much to bear. Discover How: You can determine if you are in danger. This book can be invaluable to your sanity. Reading this book can save you many thousands of dollars. This book can help you avoid a personal, financial and psychological disaster. To make better decisions where t to live. This book can be your best investment before deciding where to live and maybe...where t live. Author comments: Life itself can be beautiful; it has its sweet and rancid moments. The Challenges we go through in life all seem to happen for a reason. The more I seem to learn, the less I realize I kw.