A Book Review of Addiction Art by Abhinav Kumar and Kavita Kackera

In the book of Addiction Art, authors Robin Miller and Richard Bachman describe the art of breaking free of their addictions as an “unspoken”hidden” compulsion that is, to some extent, inherent to all humans. The authors describe the art of overcoming addictions as a “gift,” which is passed on to future generations, with no one knowing that its effects have been felt by the recipient. The authors propose that artists and writers can help addicts to find the courage to overcome addiction with creative writing.

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Addiction Art offers a unique lens through which to view addiction. The book focuses on a fictional community called Ashland, which, in the course of an eighteen-hour drama, is transformed from a place of destruction to a community of recovery and hope. Addiction Art uses the power of metaphor to suggest the importance of addiction in our daily lives.

The book of Addiction Art, in addition to being entertaining, provides a unique perspective on how to recover from addiction. With its strong plot and engaging characters, the novel captures the essence of addiction through the lens of metaphor. According to the book’s website, the novel was inspired by the experiences of many people, who have come to the community to seek refuge, not only from addiction but also to find a better life.

Ashland, Oregon is the backdrop for the story of Holly, a thirty-one-year-old struggling heroin addict, whose daughter, Amber, has moved to live with her in a house owned by an addict. When Holly meets the beautiful and mysterious Karen, who helps her daughter move in, it becomes clear that her daughter’s addiction isn’t the only thing that is affecting her family. Holly is also dealing with depression, fear of abandonment and a fear of living without purpose in the world.

As Holly, Amber and other residents of Ashland, Oregon are faced with a difficult choice – commit to a drug treatment center or try to save their family. The community is so broken down that it has turned into a place where people who aren’t addicted to drugs get left behind. Holly is so consumed with guilt about her daughter’s situation that she even starts to doubt her own ability to be a good parent. The novel shows Holly breaking free of her addiction and learning to love her daughter.

In an unusual move, Addiction Art includes a story about Holly’s addiction in the context of her relationship with the artist Karen. After Holly’s daughter leaves, Holly feels the need to connect with her daughter by becoming a writer. The story depicts the struggle that Holly has to find a balance between living with her addiction and creating art.

The author draws from his experience as a former addict in order to create such an insightful and unique novel. In fact, he is inspired to write this book after watching the television show, “In Treatment” (which chronicles the efforts of addicts to get help in a residential drug rehab facility). After reading the book, he felt inspired to write a novel that was more like a film script than a book.

Addiction Art offers hope to readers who may be struggling with addiction. It’s an inspiring, motivating, honest book that encourages readers to think deeply about addiction and its consequences on their lives. The book of Addiction Art has a powerful message, “We’re here to help you find a better tomorrow.”

The novel starts out slowly, as it follows Holly’s gradual recovery from addiction. But then, the book takes a dramatic turn when Holly starts writing a book about her recovery. This is how she connects with Karen, a part of the story line and the inspiration for the story.

Addiction Art was published in 2020 and was a New York Times bestseller. The author, Arun Kejriwal, went on to become the CEO of an organization called Narconon, which helps addicts find solutions to their problems through individual and group therapy. in his spare time. He is currently working as the CEO of a small business called Seize The Day.

Ashland is a small town in Oregon. This story takes place in the late 1990s, which is one of the last places in the United States where drug addiction is still prevalent.