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Lisa Otoupal-Robel
Aug 14, 2012 Lisa Otoupal-Robel rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Lisa by: Pixel of Ink
When I first started reading this book, I thought it was going to be another "poor me society made me an addict" book. Not even close!

Reading this book is like sitting down with an old friend you haven't seen in years. You wonder where she's been only to find out she had been in Hell for years, tried to escape through drugs and has pulled herself back up to rejoin the living. The book's tone is lighthearted, but underneath is an all too real and serious story.

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Charley Girl
I’m a big fan of underdog stories. I’m anxious when the story begins to see how downtrodden the main character is while I silently think about how grateful I am that I’m not in the same position. I get excited when the underdog begins his upward movement towards victory. The turning point is the POINT of an underdog story and it was lost in this book.

Monica’s story started out well. I felt anxious as I was trying to figure out how she and her husband were going to make it out of the hell hole t
Holly Newman
Not my typical reading, but it was written by Denise so I bought this book. Wow! Besides being a book about addition and recovery (not addiction by Denise, but by Monica Sarli), it was engaging. How often do you think you can say that about an addition and recovery book?
I know Denise has written in different time periods, but this book is also a totally different style. Very versatile writer.
Jeannie Tillery
True story of a lifetime of cocaine, crack and heroin addiction by a married couple...very good!! Descriptuve of how their early childhoods and dysfunctional behaviors of their parents contributed yo the own addictive behavior...
Janine Kinney
This was a blatantly honest memoir of a heroin junkie written to share it all and not candy coat any of it...A truly worthwhile read that can open ones eyes to the world of addictions

A gritty & intense memoir about the life of an addict & her journey to sobriety. Fast read. I couldn't put this book down.
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