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150 PHOTOS In her riveting autobiography, Nichol Collins shares transparently about her life. Once a transgender lesbian and drug dealer affiliated with gangs in Los Angeles, California; her lifestyle was a complete shock to her mother who raised her in church. Known by the nickname "Esko" in the streets, she gained notoriety among her peers. This story will keep you on the edge of your seat. Esko lived a life that spelled out PARTY & PERVERSION. Her abuse of drugs and alcohol caused her to live in a constant fog. She hung out with celebrities, "down low men," and held a high-ranking position in an underground gay society called "Houses" that will astonish her readers. Your heart will pound as you live through her close calls with death, worldly excursions, and demonic forces assigned to assassinate her. She had rebelled against everything instilled in her from childhood. However, she lived in fear of missing the return of the Lord. In spite of her disobedience, God showed mercy toward her. She walked out alive with the devil's secrets. This book will educate you about the gay lingo, and the urban LGBTQ culture. What took twenty minutes to get into, took twenty years to come out of. Yet she conquered a spirit that most people never shake off, but defend, and make excuses for what they do. Nichol tells her testimony of being turned into a victorious person in an awe-inspiring story. This book is an anointed instrument of mass deliverance, and a fine-tuned weapon to help you minister to others. God miraculously turned her life completely around. As readers flip the pages they will see God's transforming power as she goes from Caterpillar to Butterfly. Nichol's mom, Yevette Fisher tells her view of the story in her biography titled,"Devil Let My Baby Go"