This book documents the war on drugs with all of its impact on our society. While the war may benefit the owners of commercial jails, the impact on people of color is tragic. It is hard to imagine that this book cn be ignored, and change is inevitable if .it is widely read by intelligent and honest people.
All that is necessary for evil totriumph is for good people to do nothing. I doubt that anyone, even Republicans, will read this book and not seek change..
A new author with a good plot and more believable characters.
The plot and the characters.
He might be better than the book.
I may not have read enough to find something I like.
The pace of the plot sustained interest, while plot was imaginative but unlikely to ever happen.
He is good enough to keep one listening, while I would not have finished the book if reading.
Charlie will never be confused with Charles Dickens.
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