This book has merit and is enlightening about a world most of us will never know. It is thought provoking but left me feeling sad for a very long time. How does the average citizen do anything about this sad and completely ineffectual system? Many questions...few answers. Perhaps this is the merit of this story that at least it got me thinking about a subculture that I would otherwise barely know existed.
For once I wish I had listened and heeded the few who gave this book a poor review. Although the book has some merit as to accuracy how anyone can find such depressing and distressing subject matter "entertaining" is beyond me. I have to say that I did keep listening in hopes that something might go right or that there might be some redemption but alas, none came. The end of the story doesn't really end as you are left hanging as to what happened to most of the characters. Odd.
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