Book Review: “Clean” by David Sheff


cleanNYT writer Mark Sussman’s reviews David Sheff’s book, “Clean,” beginning with,  “It must be the purest agony to be the parent of a child succumbing to drug addiction. David Sheff’s previous book was an account of his son Nic’s descent from a thoughtful boy to a sullen pothead to a self-destructive methamphetamine fiend, and of his own tormented and bewildered reaction”

Sheff also wrote the acclaimed book, “Beautiful Boy,” also about his son’s addiction.

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