Bevel Down

Bevel Down This Is The Story Of An Intravenous Meth Addict That Lived In Logan County, Oklahoma In The MidS Written In His Own Words, The Story Chronicles The Intense Events Surrounding The Tragic Climax Of His Life When He Was Only Nineteen Years Old It Is An Edgy Tale Of Crime, Friendship, And Love He Relays His Story With Dark Humor And Unflinching Candor Some Of It Is To Be Believed, Some Of It Surely Is Not All In All, The Story Paints A Stirring And Brutal Picture Of Poor Young People Striving To Get By In A World Where The Odds Are Stacked Against Them Fluid And Maniacal It Is Both Memoir And Experimental FictionSuch Is The Tale Of A Junkie

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❰Reading❯ ➿ Bevel Down  Author Todd Langley –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 166 pages
  • Bevel Down
  • Todd Langley
  • English
  • 06 September 2017

10 thoughts on “Bevel Down

  1. says:

    Cranked out Such a great real book From a okie to another okie I loved it I Recommend this book

  2. says:

    Wow This is not the usual junkie, redemption, relapse, 12 step and sponsor, find God, relapse, jail, Godall is well book This is guts to struggle reality.well done.

  3. says:

    Sad But HonestUnlike most of the memoirs I have read, and I read a great many memoirs, this one did not have an uplifting ending, but unlike many I have read, it rang true from beginning to end, so I commend the author for his honesty in this grim but well written account The one uplifting thing I did make note of was that this is not Todd Langley s only book, so perhaps the second half of his existence can be made happier with success at a legal endeavor Mr Langley tells his already interesting story well, and seems like a good soul, for a self proclaimed outlaw, and I found myself rooting for him to make good choices throughout this book Although he often, ok usually didn t, make the right choices at several of his life s crossroads, he seemed to get it in the end, so better late than neverI hope This was a good, if not especially uplifting read I hope his follow up memoir finds him on a happier, law abiding path.

  4. says:

    Quite an interesting story The ending was very honest, rather than being tied up in a false bow.

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