If seventeen-year-old Seth Bradson were to describe his life in two words, those would be the two he’d choose. Seth prefers to cope with his crappy existence by spending his days in a drug-induced haze. But when Ali Carson steps into his life, Seth finds something he’s subconsciously been seeking; a new drug, one that consumes his mind unlike any other.
In a moment of unforgivable weakness, Seth allows Ali to try crystal meth, his most addictive temptation. This single event begins the unraveling of both their lives and forces Seth to learn the definition of regret the hard way.
And now I have a short interview with the author!
It’s such a heavy subject that I had to take breaks from reading it because it’s just so spot on real. Was it hard for you to write such a dark story? How did you manage it without going into a dark place yourself?
If you were to find a person in Seth’s situation what would your advice be to them?
I know you have some other books out (or one now and another soon?), can you tell us a bit about them?