Name: Some Are Sicker Than Others
Rating: 4.4 stars over 63 reviews
Description: In this gripping debut novel by Andrew Seaward, the lives of three addicts converge following an accidental and horrific death.
Monty Miller, a self-destructive, codependent alcoholic, is wracked by an obsession to drink himself to death as punishment for a fatal car accident he didn't cause.
Dave Bell, a former all-American track star turned washed-up high school volleyball coach, routinely chauffeurs his bus full of teens on a belly full of liquor and head full of crack.
Angie Mallard, a recently divorced housewife with three estranged children, will go to any lengths to restore the family she lost to crystal meth.
All three are court-mandated to a secluded drug rehab high in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. There, they learn the universal truth among alcoholics and addicts:
Though they may all be sick...SOME ARE SICKER THAN OTHERS.
Reviews: "This novel is a powerful, honest read. It definitely took a lot of heart and soul to write and forces you to keep turning the pages. It gets into the minds of people battling some of the hardest trials a human can go through: looking at yourself in the mirror and deciding if you are going to be honest with yourself and the ones you love."
"An intense and emotional tale about the perils of addiction. The writing is colorful, penetrating, and honest with a dose of macabre humor. This book is a white-knuckle thrill ride that I couldn't put down. I highly recommend this book to anyone."
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