This book starts out very poorly written, but you get a sense that this guy started writing in prison, and you are reading a collection of journal entries so you let it slide. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Josh the Long
O'Dea really captures the time period and the art of drug smuggling. From start to finish this book has energy and is alive. Very hard to put down. Read morePublished 6 months ago by goNYgoNYgo
I've read quite a few non-fiction accounts of smugglers/drug dealers. This was one of the least interesting. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tawn
im a huge fan of books about smuggling and drugs. ive read most of the true crime in that genre and love most all of it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Peter Pan
Took me awhile to get into it as it is slow at the beginning. Brian led a very interesting life. Was not a fan that this novel was not wrote in chronological order.Published 15 months ago by Dustin Mowe
Having lived in Bangkok in the 1980s and having staggered happily down Patpong Road more than a few times, I was familiar with the druggie's favorite hangout, the incredible... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Skyjumper
My husband said it was a "great book, easy read " He read it over the weekend, couldn't put it down!Published 20 months ago by Tammie
I chose this title because I loved the Thai ganja back in the day and the stories of how people crossed the ocean & risked everything to get it to America. Read morePublished on November 4, 2012 by DXHydro dotcom
Brian O'Dea must've been born under a four leaf clover...
I will grant Brian an A+ for creative writing.
Some of you people will apparently believe anything. Read more