Dead Heat Review

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If you like to read, I am positive you have found at least one book that in every way comes above the rest. Now imagine reading that book, and being only one in a very small group of people who have bought and read it. For me, it is saddening to find a book that is so great in so many ways go so unrecognized for so long. The book I am reviewing today is Lisa Nowak’s Dead Heat. It is a fiction novel about the reality and heaviness  of drug abuse and breaking out of a dangerous routine of life.

Throughout this novel, Alex, 17 year old abusee and student, navigates his way through a seemingly endless theme of short-comings, obstacles, and hard times. He tolerates love, loss, fear, abuse, and an unnerving sense of safety and respect that he can’t seem to wrap his head around. Alex works…

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