Sara is lost, Sara is alone and Sara is an addict. Are some addictions too deep, too real to be just addictions.
Like any young adult, Sara goes off to college to study and began life as an adult. And like many young adults she feels the pressures of life. At first her drug use is under control. What’s wrong with a drink to calm pre-class jitters, marijuana to get you through and exhausting study session, or pills to give you that extra dose of energy for finals? Soon Sara begins to spiral, falling from grace as her selfish, controlling, and vindictive parents ways began to become the catalyst to her now over-whelming addiction. What will happen to this girl on the loose?
At first glance this book sent me in one direction, but the more I read the more I realized that there was a different message altogether. It’s a view into a personal tragedy like no other. This book will give you a glimpse into a world of sex, drugs, and addiction few get to see. The descriptions and references are so vivid you can see every hit, every indiscretion, and watch as a girl seals her fate. Read this book to gain more than a fictional story, but to gain the triple threat of fiction, realities, and life for those who are awake at night, need no food to survive, and suck the life out of their victims.
Mark If you see this your book was not on B&N or Goodreads....if it is ever added to them let me know.ReplyDelete
Wow. I'm not sure that I can handle this book. This sounds like one of those books that may become required reading in one of my psych classes or maybe one of my nursing classes, to get better insight to my patient's pain and inner struggles. Maybe I should read this just for that reason.ReplyDelete
It does have a Goodreads page, Julie! It's here:ReplyDelete