by Nate Hendley
June 1, 2011
A hard-hitting look at the most dangerous illegal drug in North America.
A fact-based account featuring up to the minute interviews and life stories from users, dealers and doctors, with a Canadian perspective on the problem and its potential solutions. An important book for teachers, parents and anyone interested in, or living close to, this devastating drug.
Includes advice on how to talk effectively to your children and students about methamphetamine—and how not to!
This should be in schools, in rehabs, and available to teens and parents. It is not subtle and nor should it be. This is a horrible disease and crisis in our world today and something needs to be done. I hope this book helps. Wonderful work, Mr. Hendley! I pray it reaches the right ears.
I would highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to learn more about this drug.
There is very little preaching here and no talking down to anyone. What could have become an academic essay is not, all the information discussed is easily accessible to any reader and while it contains what is effectively a conclusion and future recommendation, again they are pitched so as to resonate with all.