One Drug by Joe Harwell Review

In the middle of the 21st Century, America’s economy has collapsed and life is hard for the American citizens. In One Drug by Joe Harwell, organ donors are on the rise when people decide to become V.T. (Voluntary Termination) and give their organs away. The US Government encourages assisted suicide to relieve stress on the people still healthy.

On April 1, 2052, Craig Jackson is summoned to his work. He is employed by Docking Strategies and is asked to go into one of their regional offices and take over. Craig is excited to return to his home state and catch up with some of his family he hasn’t seen in years.

As Craig works to set things right, he finds that something else is going on within the company and isn’t sure who he can trust. The local mafia is behind the drug smuggling and they aren’t sure what is happening to the people who have signed up for VT, but never showed to their appointments.

 

One Drug was a very interesting book. Makes you give thought to if this could be true in the future. It was a well written book and I would recommend this to those who like sci-fi type books. I’m not usually a fan of sci-fi, but I enjoyed this book. Joe Harwell did a great job in writing One Drug and I hope you take the time to read it for yourself.

Rating: 

Content:

Title: One Drug

Author: Joe Harwell

Format: Paperback, eBook

Page Nos.: 114

ISBN: 978-1466274228

Publisher: Createspace

Release Date: October 2011

Available for purchase: Amazon

Reviewer: Jocee

 

**I received a copy of this book from the author but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *