My life as a white, female drug dealer, with all the elements excluding the audiobook which will take a little longer to complete.
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Don’t judge a book by it’s cover. This novel is far more than a story about a drug dealer. It is delivered however by it’s core context through the eyes of a girl named ‘SKY’ who sadly is also an addict. She kindly let’s us accompany her along her journey to the gates of insanity due to drugs, no direction as a child, a desperate search to be loved, trying to feel normal, when violence never left her life since the age of 8.
Amazing to be alive today, she hopes sharing her chaos and consequences may touch someone who needs to know they are not alone and there is hope. We all have a story, and when we share a little bit of ourselves we never know who, but almost always help someone else. She thought she never had a chance. And look at her today, no known explanation, but she is sharing her story as hard as it may be. She is learning that writing is very healing. She has just begun.
Where to begin? This book is both compelling and shocking. The author pulls no punches and takes the reader on a journey; an honest, brutal journey which examines the nature of drug addiction and mental illness. Rarely have I come across a book which is thought-provoking, tragic, violent, uplifting and educational…all at the same time.
Frankly, not only was I unable to put this book down, I was also unable to stop thinking about its content for several days after reading it. If you only buy one book this year, make sure it’s “My life as a white, female drug dealer.” Not only is it the most important book this year so far, it will change your perspective about the life of an addict, forever.