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The third rail


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ISBN 10: 1588986489 / ISBN 13: 9781588986481
Published by Self-published by the author, no place, 2003
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409p., lengthy personal inscription signed by the author/publisher, very good first edition vanity press trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 178370

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Title: The third rail

Publisher: Self-published by the author, no place

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Trade Paperback

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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'The Third Rail,' an electrifying, 'quasi-real-time-mental-journal-esque' memoir as a man unravels while his mother battles cancer.

About the Author:

Born on April 10th, 1965, Ganious has ventured many paths. From being a DJ, Art Director, CEO of an entertainment company, manager of a national tour, fitness expert, and accomplished author, Ganious has amassed extensive experience and opinions in many fields. Ganious has studied Computer Science at Long Island University; Film Production in New York's guerrilla film school THIRD WORLD NEWSREEL; Audio engineering at THE CENTER FOR THE MEDIA ARTS; and is a student under discrete martial arts philosophers. His first self published work, THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD, sold out in it's first three printings and will soon be reprinted by demand. Presently, he's working on numerous projects including the novel, HOW TO HOLD AN UGLY DUCKLING, depicting a womanizer's final destination. Also in the works are a series of children's books and the pursuit of his never-ending quest to finish his motion picture. The author continues his pursuit of spritual and physical balance, and trains in the self imposed art called SPACE KATA: the total control of space and time and mastering its effect on the building blocks of the human anatomy. Ganious' training method has just been featured in the Los Angeles Times. (,0,7541850.column) Ganious shares time in New York City and Venice, California, and thanks you tremendously for your time.

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