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Good information learned a lot.
However writing style confusing, like I was reading from different writers through out the book.
This is a must read. Well research over a period of 8 years the author connects the dots between Big Ag, Big Pharm and meth in the U.S. Why meth will never go away.Published 1 month ago by Shelby K. Brandon
Book came fast and was what I ordered. I can't recommend this book enough, it ties together the death of small towns, the pharmaceutical industry, dissolution of unions into a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Frostysauce
Merhland gives the outsider an inside look at how Meth is destroying the heartland of America!Published 2 months ago by Sarah Roberts
Great read to open your eyes to the meth problem in the Midwest. Really sad that small towns have been affected so severely by this problem.Published 3 months ago by Seedawg
This book opened my eyes to the impact meth has had on communities and its people. It tells the stories of several meth addicts along with the step-by-step affects meth has on... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a fascinating and illuminating read about what and how and why this meth epidemic has destroyed so much of middle class America in the heartland .Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book was an insightful read about the meth problem in small towns all across the United States. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael J Anderson
Interesting insight into the background and perhaps motivation that brought this blight into the Midwest. Not the ethnographic research that I was hoping for. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Indiana User