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SUMMARY Such Unfortunates

READ ☆ Such Unfortunates Ó Each year Americans die of drug abuse than the total of those who perished during the Vietnam War This is the amazing and inspirational true story of an addict named Andrew and how he was able to overcome his addiction even though the odds were stacked against himAndrew grew up in an unimaginably abusive family His life seemed Each year Americans die of drug abuse than the total of those who perished during the Vietnam War This is the amazing and inspirational true story of an addict named Andrew and how he was able to overcome his addiction even though the odds were stacked against himAndrew grew up in an unimaginably abusive family His life seemed normal on the outside but the internal turmoil he was experiencing was a horrific ordeal Andrew's life began in an upper class town of Moorestown New Jersey His family had a million dollar beach house he attended college and even had the rare opportunity of driving a Ferrari around South FloridaBehind what seemed like an id. is there a blatant breach of Goodreads review policy I found this book on a list of most anticipated books of 2019 and was surprised not to have heard of it since it was in the top tenI bought it but I was scammed The book is awful The writing is atrocious and it hasn't been editedI realised everyone who had voted for this book had voted just once Then I realised all of the profiles which had voted for it had no friends and had read ten or fewer books Then I realised that basically everyone who has given this book 5 stars has liked all of the 5 star reviews and all the reviews read as though they were written by the same person and nothing like real reviews Then I realised that the top review has 65 likes and is written by Todd Gordon who joined the same month the review was published has no friends on GR and has only written one reviewThis is blatant manipulation and this book should be delisted and the author banned from this platform Fortunately refunded me and I only hope none of my money made it to the author

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Etermination he was able to find the strength to look inside and find the real reasons for his addiction Once he understood these reasons he was finally able to figure out how to stay clean and successfully turned his life aroundThis book is a wild ride that will amaze bewilder amuse and inspire you People have said it was one of the most interesting books they have ever read and I never wanted to put it down This book will give hope to anyone who is suffering from addiction or knows someone who is facing the adversity of addiction It will show them why they should never give up It also shows us how working together we can beat this opiate epidem. This was the first book that actually made me understand what addicts go through I realize why people seek drugs out so badly now and I really feel the author may be on to something here This was a complete joy to read although it was shocking it was very honest and revealing Books like this are the reason I read books less educated individuals may not understand why the author ended the book the way he did but it was actually brilliant

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Such UnfortunatesYllic life was a nightmare of abuse mental illness and torment that no child should ever face This led Andrew to suffer from pain anxiety panic attacks and depression Searching for relief he found solace in drugs and became uickly addicted to anything that would change the way he felt His addiction to drugs took him to such extremes as working for the DEA while being high on drugs multiple rehabs jails becoming homeless and even to the point of being considered deadWhen all hope was lost people he considers angels entered his life One person in particular refused to give up on him even when everyone told her this was the best option Through her d. I just finished reading this book about a person's struggles with his own demons This was an enlightening tale of a person that faced horrible abuse at the hands of those that were supposed to protect him The damage from something like that is unuantifiable but finding out how people overcome such obstacles is such a delight and tribute to us as human beings What I loved most about this book was that it showed how abuse correlates directly to mental illness addiction which then fosters addiction and all the problems that follow This really showed you the struggle addicts face on a daily basis in such an honest and straight forward way I would have liked the author to discuss what his life is like now but I think he was making a solid point by not doing so I also liked how he offered some alternative therapy suggestions as whatever we are doing now is not working and needs to be changed This also inspired me to share something I have not spoken about in many years