Bad Choices Make Good Stories

The Heroin Scene in Fort Myers (How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began)
Narrated by: William R. Keeton
Length: 9 hrs and 57 mins
3.7 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A raw, uncensored, and brutally honest glimpse into the crazy lives of drug-addicted prostitutes. Shocking, heart-breaking, and mesmerizing. Once you start listening, you won't be able to stop.  

Oliver moves from New York to Florida. Battling with depression, he gets sucked into the seedy underworld of Fort Myers, where he encounters a number of female drug addicts. He empathizes with them because of his own traumatic past. Oliver feels compelled to try to help them escape the addict lifestyle, but he soon finds out he is in way over his head.

©2018 Oliver Markus Malloy (P)2018 Oliver Markus Malloy

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starts off decent

I struggled to finish this book. it was ripping at first but then it was the same story over and over

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  • Shaun S Morgan
  • 07-08-18

The same mini story 68 times.

I expected trainspotting, I got trainspotting (work it out). Tedious to say the least, the same mini story over and over and over again.

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  • 05-29-19

Meh

A repetitive story about someone who never learns from his mistakes. Unfortunately I struggled to continue listening to his complaining about others actions when it could be predicted 100% before it happened. It may be interesting to individuals that have no idea about the lengths some addicts will go to.