Running Away from Me

Running Away from Me
Language: 
ISBN10: 
1608442403
ISBN13: 
9781608442409
Pages: 
196
Published: 
September 12th 2009 by Dog Ear Publishing
Rating: 
4.25

From inside a prison cell, a young man takes an honest look back at his life and tries to figure out how he ended up locked up away from society and labeled a violent criminal. His story is engrossing, gripping and true. Take a dark journey through the author's real-life nightmare as he battles his self-destructive obsession with drugs, which leads him on a roller coaster ride through hell on earth. Witness the progression of his addiction, which takes him to death's door as he runs from drug dealers, cops, God and more tellingly, himself. In the face of every negative consequence, he continues using until he reaches the place where all hope is lost, and he still can't stop.

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