"While the number of interviewed meth users is not large, the depth of the interviews is impressive. The author wisely chooses to write in an accessible style while also including numerous references for those who might be interested. . . . The writing style is such that nonspecialists will find it informative and interesting. University-level students and interested citizens in general should find this book of interest."— Ralph Weisheit, coauthor of Methamphetamine: Its History, Pharmacology, and Treatment
Methamphetamine: A Love Story Book Trailer
1 of 12: Author Rashi Shukla discusses the beginning of the methamphetamine study in Oklahoma.
2 of 12: Starting the search for the methamphetamine study.
3 of 12: Shukla discusses how the study evolves.
4 of 12: The need to study meth cooks.
5 of 12: How the research is an experiment in itself.
6 of 12: Toxic gold--the network of people underlying the meth love story.
7 of 12: If only five academics read this study ...
9 of 12: The goal of writing a book.
10 of 12: "Meeting them changed me."
11 of 12: Shukla discusses her hope for readers.
12 of 12: Links to Breaking Bad
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