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What happens when a proper Midwestern Catholic girl falls hard for a free-spirited pioneer of the 1960's recreational drug scene?

In this harrowing memoir, Jeanne Reed unwinds a tangled tale of sex, drugs, betrayal, and redemption. As her life moves from a sheltered girlhood in Milwaukee to nights of wine and decadence in 1960's Haight Ashbury, then back to the Midwest for a complicated marriage and even more complicated divorce, Jeanne learns what it means to live with an addict- and discovers the strength to get her life back.

©2018 Jeanne Reed (P)2019 Jeanne Reed

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those were the days, my friend

In our #meToo world this work really brings into focus what the baby boomer generation faced with trying to know the difference between drug use and drug abuse. the book played well in audio and the presenter really took on the personality of the author. it's written in diary form and that was trying for a reader desiring a story in dialog structure. the twists and turns kept my attention and the ending prompted one question, how does it end? life stories can help people and the work does keep you thinking, what would I do? short and sweet and meaningful.

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A fascinating look at life in Milwaukee back in Da Daze. So many similarities. Apparently many of us were in a daze trying to navigate life as we knew it. It’s nice to know that even now we were not alone.