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  • Shards Author Allison Moore
  • Allison Moore
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  • 11 June 2017
  • 9781451696356

10 thoughts on “Shards Author Allison Moore

  1. says:

    A book that pulls no punches Some reviews have given this book a bad review because they think that Alli was not a very good person lying deceptive manipulative etc But Alli's point in writing the book was to tell how horrible drug addiction especially to crystal meth is and how horribly it makes a person act She never p

  2. says:

    Honest and relatableAnyone who's ever had an addiction not just to methamphetamine can relate to this book I feel miss Moore was honest and forthcoming I apprentice that she brought to light the PTSD that can come from addiction I guess I just expected from the ending

  3. says:

    A disturbing chronicle of the downward spiral of meth addiction I had to read some parts peeking through my fingers others wiping tears out of my eyes

  4. says:

    I found this book in the library while I was high I am an author as well to my own memoir of meth addiction I struggle today fight the good fi

  5. says:

    At age fifteen Allison tried to commit suicide She shares the outer forces which led up to the day she drove off a cliff in Tijiras Canyon After becoming an officer Allison became involved with a married fellow officer Keawe Ten mo

  6. says:

    I actually just read this book for the second time I read it again bc I knew how it ended and I knew it was so awful that it was almost unbelievable so I almost dared it to be different This is a sad uite disturbing memoir of a girl that had the same problems I think a lot of us have but obviously she dealt with them in a way I could never actually imagine and gets hooked on drugs lies a double life and hits the bottom pit of hell I sympa

  7. says:

    Shards A Young Vice Cop Investigates Her Darkest Case of Meth Addiction Her Own by Allison Moore with Nancy Woodruff is a poignant heartbreaking and tragic memoir The searing intensity of her desperation makes me fighting for a deep breath of fresh air I can only empathize with her struggle fear and hopelessness but at times there i

  8. says:

    Shards is a story written by someone who has lived through hell Reading this book is a great way to get someone to fear using meth

  9. says:

    AWESOME BOOKThis book was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING I am a recovering addict myself and I could relate to alot of the feelings of guilt shame regrets etc I was BLOWN AWAY by her honesty and how real she is I highly recommend this

  10. says:

    Usually not the style of writing I enjoy but it was an interesting look into drug addiction I wish Allison Moore the best as she continues with recovery

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Shards Author Allison Moore

Allison Moore had everything going for her She had been the star student of her recruit class and was uickly promoted to vice cop at the Maui Police Department while earning the respect of her colleagues and a stellar reputation But when a doomed love affair with another cop led Allison to seek a desperate escape her life took a sudden and violent plungeUsing her position of authority and skills of manipulation Allison hid her addiction from her lover and her department for as long as possible She fabricated an elaborate story that she had ovarian cancer and needed to seek treatment on the mainlan. I found this book in the library while I was high I am an author as well to my own memoir of meth addiction I struggle today fight the good fight I instantly connected with the lady living a double life getting by lying not wanting to be found out I need help I realize reading this book I m on the right path PTSD counseling and EMDR therapy I gave this book a four because it was a easy read and emotionally I felt her pain which reflected on my life and woes of such unfortunate self lies we create time after time eventually those lesson we haven t come true with ourselves will come again not to destroy or harm but than to be released and be free from such secrets fear pain things we have stuffed down years ago I facing now the damages 20 plus years ago I had be bestowed withmy daughter my addiction my future my story will continue I hope to see it have a better ending

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D while actually traveling to get a steady supply of meth from a brutal Seattle drug dealer When her intensifying dependence on meth put her at the mercy of the ruthless dealer he made her a prisoner in his house subjecting her to unthinkable physical and sexual abuse and monitoring her every move through a web of hidden camerasAstounding gripping and told firsthand in a deeply sympathetic voice Shards spares no detail of Allison’s horrific experiences and the tangle of addiction and betrayal that cost her the career she loved the colleagues who adored her and the island that was once her paradi. AWESOME BOOKThis book was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING I am a recovering addict myself and I could relate to alot of the feelings of guilt shame regrets etc I was BLOWN AWAY by her honesty and how real she is I highly recommend this book to anyone who is in recovery or still active in their addiction it will change your word for the better THANK YOU ALLISON MOORE

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The shocking true story of Allison Moore a cop in Hawaii who became addicted to meth deceived her entire police department and endured prison prostitution and torture until finally seeking redemptionI had told myself when I did that line that I would only try it once But when I started to come down I couldn’t face being plunged into the icy cold water of my real life I couldn’t bear to have those feelings return I did another line bigger than the first It made me feel calm confident excited about my future Meth was the answer to all my problemsAs a beautiful ambitious and fearless young woman. Honest and relatableAnyone who s ever had an addiction not just to methamphetamine can relate to this book I feel miss Moore was honest and forthcoming I apprentice that she brought to light the PTSD that can come from addiction I guess I just expected from the ending