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Dropping Acid Paperback – September 19, 2013
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About the Author
Dale Bewan is the pseudonym of a passionately curious man. Dale has first-hand experience of many psychedelic substances, but none more so than LSD. Aside from psychedelics and psychopharmacology, Dale has a wide range of interests and skills, covering everything from historical linguistics to software design to astrophysics. Born and raised in southern New Zealand, Dale has since travelled the world and has set foot on every continent and more countries than he can recall. He speaks four languages and is 'at home' anywhere where there are interesting people to talk to. Professionally, Dale is a software developer for a large multinational company. He greatly enjoys his work - most especially the creative aspects - however refuses to let it define him as a person. Currently Dale lives in Hannover, Germany with his wife and two young children, who mean the world to him.
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I have tried for years to properly explain the "unexplainable" to those curious about LSD. This author achieved in the first five pages what I spent 20 years trying to communicate.
This treatise should be taken seriously by users, advocates, opponents, and scientists. It is, quite simply, the definitive text on LSD.
It delivers on that note. The book covers a broad range of topics and the author is clear and concise when explaining the general ideas of each topic presented. If you're looking for a very in-depth book about the history and research done on LSD, there are other books that will satisfy you more than this one. This book has its purpose and sticks to it well. While there are a few things I wished the book went into more depth into (The effects, other peoples personal stories) I understand that it can be difficult to do, due to the fact that while there are basic effects nearly everyone will experience, the varieties of them beyond that are infinite and there's no practical way everything could realistically be covered or explained in a book. If you've already researched and are experienced with use of LSD this book will probably not bring many new ideas to the table for you, but I would definitely consider it a good resource to give to a friend to read who might be interested or for the newcomer who just wants to know a little bit more of everything.