Opioid, Indiana

The climax of the story is so strange, horrifying and darkly hilarious that you may have to put the book down because you’re laughing so hard.

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Review of ‘Opioid, Indiana’

Two days into reading Brian Allen Carr’s hilarious, heartbreaking Opioid, Indiana, I made an omelet for the first time in a while. I made it because the teenage hero of Carr’s book, Riggle, is an ace at making omelets. His mother taught him, but she’s dead. So is Riggle’s father. Since then he’s bounced from…

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