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It seems odd that an editor did not catch them.
Nick Reding has written a highly readable and sympathetic account for those looking for a better understanding of the effects of meth addiction in rural America.
What makes the book so good is obvioulsy the town is not such a bad place it just has a serious issue that it is trying to deal with.
Nick is truly a great writer. Bring people into a personal perspective. Great descriptions and insights. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Wayne Zeman
An engaging look at the wreckage caused by crystal meth. While the stories are heartbreaking, I found the central themes of rebuilding and perseverance to be wonderfully... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Lori
Educate yourself about meth and the seemingly innocent world we live in.......Iowa, what could be more innocent and serence. Gosh this was a shocking story.Published 1 month ago by Sieni
I couldn't really get interested in this book. After just a few chapters, I gave up.Published 1 month ago by Theresa McClintock
Extremely informative. It was truly an eye opener. Coming from a small town rural area, and numerous small towns all around me, it's been horrifying to watch this evil drug get... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D Neyome
Very interesting read on how the economic downturn in the Midwest of the United States fed the ability of meth to become an epidemic.Published 2 months ago by A. Hardesty
This is a real eye opening book. I was really impressed by the detailed description of what happens to the body when using meth.Published 3 months ago by Ewelina
YA, i had it with AA and decided i DID have control over substances, fled LA and drove cross country here to NC. I Find very few books about the drug. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter Choyce
The author does a great job at looking at the meth problem from all angles. The reader is shown that those tweekers in their neighborhood are everywhere in America and there are... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeff Swink