Despite its title, this book is not about drug dealing. It lets us accompany our character through the insanity of her drug addiction and violent attacks and the horrendous consequences that feeds behaviours and addiction. Spiritually, mentally and physically. A progression where drug addiction slides in tolerance, loss of hope, being alone and being scared.
It also clearly addresses what happens with mental illness when not properly medicated and self medicating. This book is classified under fiction, but truth be told, it is my story.
The best tools we can give our children are the true facts to use as ammunition to fight off drugs, starting in Junior High school. The parents need to be aware, like this book, the cold true facts of this disease.
The most important message in this book is to reach out and whoever needs to know it, knows their not alone. Our character is lucky enough as she gets out, gets clean, and is styling clean. Even the greatest gift of all she is learning to trust in faith and gain some hope.