Alone on the Road at Night
by Edesaa Ramos
Excerpt from Preface:"...In this book, some of the women are composite characters of several women. But they are all real, all striking, and in the way made their choices and braved the turmoil in their lives, all legendary....This book endeavors to tear down the walls that divide us, to smash those labels assigned to us over the centuries ---the timid provinciana vs the bold careerist, the bitchy madrasta vs, the scheming mistress, the well-bred vs. the palengkera, the virgin vs. the whore. Enough of the labels--they are but tools used by the cowardly to paint their safe and secure versions of the world..."