Brought up in a middle-class family, James Salant was introduced to heroin at the age of seventeen. This resulted in a spell in rehab where he met ex-convicts, and he soon fell into the drifting lifestyle of meth addiction. Here, he describes life on crystal meth, the emotional detachment of the drug, and the wired yet aimless life it induces.
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