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Oshun, 2005 - Drug addiction - 315 pages
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For six years Melinda Ferguson was driven by one motivating force - the next hit. For this, she would abandon her promising film-making career, lose her comfortable suburban home, her husband, her two children and, in a gruelling finale to six years of remorseless self-destruction, very nearly herself. This is her story.

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A book that I could finish!!
I am not a lover of reading, but this book I couldn't put down. I had to force myself to stop and take a break.
I learned a lot of Melinda's story and realise how
important it is stay positive and focused in what you are doing and your dreams or goals. Regardless of what the next person may person, as most would try to bring you down and would want to see you as the disappointment or the black sheep in the family.
The best, most captivating, intense and emotional book ever

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