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In “The Daughters of Bastards,” Iris Berry reflects her experiences and gives insight to some of her adventurous times growing up on the streets of Hollywood during the golden era of the L.A. punk rock scene. It’s a ride through the dirty streets of Hollywood that never stops delivering the real taste of a womanhood claiming a place for itself surrounded by the perverseness of a crumbling mystique that was once a golden tinseled dreamland. Her work has been inspirational and historical all at once. The words here tell the story of that beginning and that progression through some of the wildest of times during one of the most unique eras that Los Angeles has ever known. It also tells the story of a young woman coming of age in the sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll inspired madness of those times. A woman who bears a shared first-hand witness to her own incredible survival.