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Posted April 25, 2008
New writers or usually instructed to write about something with which they are familiar. Clearly the author had little knowledge of the nature of antidepressant medications, depression, and the difference between depression and addiction. The story about an addicted father and son, both on his own road of self-destruction, could have been an interesting read. However, I found myself continuing to read this novel solely because I was looking for the next ridiculous flaw, such as when a character feels 'high' on Zoloft or when a wife is able to commit her husband to a locked mental ward, simply based on her own impressions. I cannot understand how this book received the positive reviews that it did.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.