I picked it up expecting to thumb through it, but I started reading from page one.
Doug Fine writes in a very honest and straightforward way and I found the book to be extremely interesting and informative.
To this end, this book serves admirably, and one can hope that Mr. Fine would continue to tell this story as it unfolds.
A great story in the life of a plant. Grows quick, high yield and not much waste. I enjoyed reading this book and then I wonder how on earth it is illegal. Read morePublished 1 month ago by m
it was ok but it wasn't as interesting as i thought it would be.Published 6 months ago by nedra comack
Fine's facinating, funny following of an almost legal medical marijuana plant named Lucille from her "birth" to her end use as medicine for a seriously ill human being... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Paul mcCullough
An essential introduction to the largest (and perhaps most important) industry of all time. Like the author, I too grew up in the Just Say No era and was taught to not just avoid... Read morePublished 6 months ago by bradenbru
A bit fuzzy and incoherent
Since I am not an American and for that reason not well acquainted with conditions typical for those Americans described in this book, I would... Read more
Good book about the Pot business, every one should read it. Actually I'm only half way thru and I've learned so much.
I really enjoyed this book, and I learned a lot by reading it. The author does a good job of weaving together the facts regarding cannabis decriminalization and the personal... Read morePublished 13 months ago by R. Rucker
Too cool for school. Talk about a new boomi' type- o- business. This book informs the reader the in and out of the green rush.Published 14 months ago by Gina Theresa Colo-Graham D.D