Memoir by Ted Kaczynki, aka "The Unibomber," acquired and published by Richard Prince. The memoir could only be acquired by donating money to advance prison reform. "During the media frenzy that came to be known as 'Club Ted,' a report surfaced that the accused Unabomber was writing a second manifesto. He was in fact at work on this compelling book that deftly treads the line between eloquent memoir and uncompromising defense. This intriguing artifact is Ted Kaczynski's attempt to tell the other side of the tale spun by his family, who told the world he was insane to save him from the death penalty. It is also an outspoken rebuttal of the lies told by the many-media-charmed acquaintances and opportunistic strangers who surfaced to offer their stories in exchange for fifteen minutes of fame." -- from publication's dust-jacket. ISBN printed on this title reflects a publication announced by Context Books in 1999 which was ultimately never publisher due to a dispute between Kaczynski and the publisher.