Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada
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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-09-16

Long journey, many details explored..

A very compassionate revealing of the people on all sides of the drug wars. The 100 plus years the book spans makes the reading very long. I found myself coming back after breaks to digest the humanized accounts of a very complex and misunderstood fight of fearing the unknown.
I learn new perspective on this subject and allowed myself to be alongside some of the the key characters of wars and the ones that challenged the status quo. I have no doubt I will revisit the chapters of this book to relive the many discoveries of the wars and how it is challenged.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-28-15

Pete Wilson has practical advice and is inspiring

I enjoy the style of writing and the narration is easy to listen to. There is lots to contemplate on in here and how Good Orderly Direction can open a door of Hope to walk through into a more thoughtful way of life. Thanks Pete!

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