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AWARD WINNER - 2020 BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR, INDIESTODAY.COM At the age of 24, Jordan Barnes woke up next to a lifeless body, rifled through his dead friend's pockets for any remaining heroin and went right back to using. Strung out and homeless during the supposed best years of his life, there was no clear way out of the Opioid Crisis ravaging the streets of Portland, Oregon. AWARD WINNER - 2020 BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR, INDIESTODAY.COM At the age of 24, Jordan Barnes woke up next to a lifeless body, rifled through his dead friend's pockets for any remaining heroin and went right back to using. Strung out and homeless during the supposed best years of his life, there was no clear way out of the Opioid Crisis ravaging the streets of Portland, Oregon. But though Jordan had long accepted his fate, his parents still held out hope, and would do everything in their power to get him the help he so desperately needed. After a harrowing journey that proves the life of an active addict will always get worse, never better, Jordan found himself at the gates of Sand Island, Hawaii’s most notorious two-year inpatient treatment facility. He soon discovers that though his heart was in the right place, the hardest battle of his life was yet to come. One Hit Away is his arduous and unlikely true story of recovery, rehabilitation and redemption.


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AWARD WINNER - 2020 BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR, INDIESTODAY.COM At the age of 24, Jordan Barnes woke up next to a lifeless body, rifled through his dead friend's pockets for any remaining heroin and went right back to using. Strung out and homeless during the supposed best years of his life, there was no clear way out of the Opioid Crisis ravaging the streets of Portland, Oregon. AWARD WINNER - 2020 BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR, INDIESTODAY.COM At the age of 24, Jordan Barnes woke up next to a lifeless body, rifled through his dead friend's pockets for any remaining heroin and went right back to using. Strung out and homeless during the supposed best years of his life, there was no clear way out of the Opioid Crisis ravaging the streets of Portland, Oregon. But though Jordan had long accepted his fate, his parents still held out hope, and would do everything in their power to get him the help he so desperately needed. After a harrowing journey that proves the life of an active addict will always get worse, never better, Jordan found himself at the gates of Sand Island, Hawaii’s most notorious two-year inpatient treatment facility. He soon discovers that though his heart was in the right place, the hardest battle of his life was yet to come. One Hit Away is his arduous and unlikely true story of recovery, rehabilitation and redemption.

30 review for One Hit Away: A Memoir of Recovery

  1. 4 out of 5

    Pooja

    Visceral, honest and inspiring. The author makes his journey through recovery accessible to all readers, whether or not they have personally passed through similar experiences. I appreciated that the book focused on the author's progress toward getting clean, so that the few times when he recounts his earlier experiences are hard-hitting without becoming over-whelming. Sometimes I had trouble following the timeline of events, but that is a minor criticism. Disclaimer: This book was won in a Goodr Visceral, honest and inspiring. The author makes his journey through recovery accessible to all readers, whether or not they have personally passed through similar experiences. I appreciated that the book focused on the author's progress toward getting clean, so that the few times when he recounts his earlier experiences are hard-hitting without becoming over-whelming. Sometimes I had trouble following the timeline of events, but that is a minor criticism. Disclaimer: This book was won in a Goodreads giveaway. This is my honest and voluntary review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maria Ciampoli

    One Hit Away is an amazing window into the body, mind and soul of an addict. I read this book through an advanced copy of a Kindle edition and it did not disappoint! It is a very personal account of heroin and cocaine addiction and it details very candidly the physical pain and the emotional struggles of addiction. It does not sugar coat illicit drug use in any way. The book also details not only addiction but the physical and psychological struggles of detoxing and the hard work needed to successf One Hit Away is an amazing window into the body, mind and soul of an addict. I read this book through an advanced copy of a Kindle edition and it did not disappoint! It is a very personal account of heroin and cocaine addiction and it details very candidly the physical pain and the emotional struggles of addiction. It does not sugar coat illicit drug use in any way. The book also details not only addiction but the physical and psychological struggles of detoxing and the hard work needed to successfully get through a rehabilitation program. As a parent I could relate to Jordan’s own parents who were both very loving, kind and supportive but had to force themselves to wait until Jordan asked for the help he so desperately needed. I was able to grasp how truly painful withdraw can be and without medical assistance and a strong support system how devastating the consequences can be. I found myself laughing at times and crying but always rooting for Jordan to overcome this deadly disease! One Hit Away is a wonderful debut memoir!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stella

    One of my all time favorite memoirs is Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis. But of course, that book has been written and discussed many times before because not only is Anthony a recovering addict, he’s….Anthony Kiedis. One Hit Away by Jordan P Barnes is similar to Scar Tissue as it deals with a man struggling with addiction, except this is just a man. A man who sleeps on the streets of Portland. A man who struggled with addiction for most of his life. A man who entered into the dark world of heroin i One of my all time favorite memoirs is Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis. But of course, that book has been written and discussed many times before because not only is Anthony a recovering addict, he’s….Anthony Kiedis. One Hit Away by Jordan P Barnes is similar to Scar Tissue as it deals with a man struggling with addiction, except this is just a man. A man who sleeps on the streets of Portland. A man who struggled with addiction for most of his life. A man who entered into the dark world of heroin in college. A man who had a family and community praying for his recovery the entire time. Jordan was 24 years old when he woke up next to the dead body of his drug friend Simon. Despite his own hesitation, he found himself rifling through his friends pockets for any remaining drugs. Jordan write this book with an open heart and no filter. He is honest about his inner turmoil during this period of his life - knowing that he couldn’t do this forever and knowing that there had to be a way out. The entire time Jordan was struggling, his family was looking for him, praying for him, hoping they could find him. A series of chance encounters leads to seeing his parents at a jailhouse and then later, knowing that help was just a phone call home. The story follows Jordan through recovery at Sand Island, an inpatient treatment center in Hawaii. Yes, yes, it’s Hawaii, but this wasn’t about laying on a beach and getting a tan. Jordan discussed the pain and struggle of recovery and work that is involved. There is no sugar coating. It’s work and it’s hard. I felt for Jordan the entire time I was reading. It pained me to see him struggle, I felt the cold ground that he slept on, I felt his heart break when he saw his parents. I cheered him on with each success. I received a copy of this book from Jordan himself, but that in no way influenced my review. Jordan is a talented writer and I hope that his story reaches everyone. Addiction touches everyone in some way, and this is one man’s story of hope. Thank you Jordan for writing this powerful book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    This Book. Man, was this an emotional read. Thank you, Jordan for being so open and honest and giving details of your life you have never shared before. This could not have been easy, but this book shows how the dedication and support of your parents truly changed your life. I cannot imagine if you would be alive without their love, care, and gentle nudges in the right directions. I have known Jordan for 4 years and was given an advanced reader copy to review. I can 100% say that the characters This Book. Man, was this an emotional read. Thank you, Jordan for being so open and honest and giving details of your life you have never shared before. This could not have been easy, but this book shows how the dedication and support of your parents truly changed your life. I cannot imagine if you would be alive without their love, care, and gentle nudges in the right directions. I have known Jordan for 4 years and was given an advanced reader copy to review. I can 100% say that the characters that I know are portrayed accurately throughout this book. I knew some of Jordan's past, but here he lays it all out in the open. While so many people struggle with addiction and so many do not get out of the cycle, Jordan's journey is truly inspiring. This book will be hard for anyone with addiction with no support system to read, as that is a strong theme throughout. However, while Jordan had the support of his family to get clean, he made the decision to go to treatment, stay, get clean, and chooses to stay clean every day. I recommend this story to anyone who wants to understand more about addiction, wants a first-hand account of recovery, or who wants to read a story of triumph over an evil hold. Thank you so much for sharing your story, Jordan. I hope you are able to positively impact other addicts, their families, and their friends.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kylie Leblanc

    This book tho! I had the opportunity to read this before publishing and I enjoyed it so much. His writing is beautiful and I now want to visit Hawaii after reading about the culture and vivid physical descriptions of the Island. Addiction touches so many lives and has been such a taboo subject, but I feel this book blows the secrecy out of the water and leaves you with an understanding you wouldn’t otherwise comprehend. Jordan gives you a front row seat in the mind and making of an addict and lea This book tho! I had the opportunity to read this before publishing and I enjoyed it so much. His writing is beautiful and I now want to visit Hawaii after reading about the culture and vivid physical descriptions of the Island. Addiction touches so many lives and has been such a taboo subject, but I feel this book blows the secrecy out of the water and leaves you with an understanding you wouldn’t otherwise comprehend. Jordan gives you a front row seat in the mind and making of an addict and leaves no stone unturned sharing the ripple effect in every aspect of his life. So many of us pray for the miracle he so openly shared between these pages. If you have ever been touched by addiction, I strongly suggest reading this book. Thank you for the hope Jordan.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    This book is a must read for everyone. Jordan provides a personal insight into the realities and grip of addiction, as well as the strength and obstacles faced in the pursuit of sobriety. In addition to the powerful theme of the memoir, the writing is detailed and emotional, providing descriptions of the other people involved and the environments surrounding him. I found myself cheering on Jordan, crying, and smiling throughout various points of reading. I can't wait until the release to share w This book is a must read for everyone. Jordan provides a personal insight into the realities and grip of addiction, as well as the strength and obstacles faced in the pursuit of sobriety. In addition to the powerful theme of the memoir, the writing is detailed and emotional, providing descriptions of the other people involved and the environments surrounding him. I found myself cheering on Jordan, crying, and smiling throughout various points of reading. I can't wait until the release to share with everyone. This memoir is a powerful reminder that you truly never know the details of what some people have gone through, and the work they have put in to get where they are today. I know this book can be a valuable tool for so many people.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Atkins

    What a great book! It flows naturally and gives a unique insight on recovery with an amazing Ohana support system. Very pleased I took the time to read this.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. One Hit Away is the memoir of an addict and his attempts to leave a life where every act, in every day is one of survival – in the author's words, “to take what we can, when we can, and figure tomorrow out if it comes” never being sure that there is a tomorrow. It begins with a bombshell right off the bat as he wakes up next to the dead body of his friend. One might think it can't get any worse than that, but to par I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. One Hit Away is the memoir of an addict and his attempts to leave a life where every act, in every day is one of survival – in the author's words, “to take what we can, when we can, and figure tomorrow out if it comes” never being sure that there is a tomorrow. It begins with a bombshell right off the bat as he wakes up next to the dead body of his friend. One might think it can't get any worse than that, but to paraphrase one of the chapter titles, rock bottom has a basement. The story of his life in the drug world and repeated attempts to get out of it is alternately horrifying and heartbreaking. Less than halfway into this, I had cried out loud, and at one point, literally and viscerally had to fight from getting physically sick. The author in no way glorifies the drug life – this is not a story of disco glitz, club drugs and silver coke spoons. Neither does he sensationalize the low points – there is no need to. This is the low-down dirty of brutal and raw need that never lessens, a need for something whose ultimate goal is to kill, and having to tell yourself that “heaven is out of the picture” in order to justify whatever it takes to fill that need. It's doing things that have you saying to yourself “I can't believe what I've become”, and suffering while realizing the hurt it's inflicting on others, knowing that you are better than this – but being helpless to stop. It's about reaching the point where quitting is literally a life and death decision, and one with a deadline. And even then, it takes a superhero level of fortitude and determination to reach the finish line and to overcome the damage he's done to himself and others. The author's writing is brilliant as he draws you into the story. It's clear, it's easy to follow, it moves quickly, and is hard to put down. The writing style, his descriptions of surroundings and the emotions and feelings puts you in scene and inside his head, feeling the sickness along with him, feeling the desperation, and cheering for him to stay with it on those occasions where he teetered on the edge. Reading this was like watching a movie in my head, it was that well-written. But beyond the story and the writing, there's more to this. Within the lines of this memoir, there is help. From the author's note in the beginning of the book where he includes resources for the addict, to the presence of people along the way who tried to help, and how they DID help. His family quite obviously instilled in him values like compassion, integrity, and honesty. That was quite clear throughout the book. His guilt at knowing this, but having to step over those values because of the need for drugs was painful to read. The family went over and above what might be expected; they helped and supported without coddling or giving in to him, they said no when they had to, as much as it pained them. The author recognizes these people, and shows us what works and what doesn't when dealing with an addict. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who knows someone suffering from addiction or going through recovery, and also to their families. Or to anyone who needs a reminder that you CAN overcome if you want it bad enough. I have no doubt that this is going to save some lives.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brian Seabaugh

    Based on me crying about 10 times but also laughing out loud about half that while reading this book, it is obvious to me that Jordan's wit, humor, and honesty shine through on this raw look into his personal story of the incredibly complex and diverse topic of addiction. Jordan does a great job of humanizing and personalizing his struggle with the natural flow of a much more established author. I would recommend this book to anyone affected by addition, be it personal or a loved one. Based on me crying about 10 times but also laughing out loud about half that while reading this book, it is obvious to me that Jordan's wit, humor, and honesty shine through on this raw look into his personal story of the incredibly complex and diverse topic of addiction. Jordan does a great job of humanizing and personalizing his struggle with the natural flow of a much more established author. I would recommend this book to anyone affected by addition, be it personal or a loved one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa swartzfager

    Such an interesting, entertaining, educational, and inspirational read. Highly recommend. I finished it in 3 days!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lisa K

    Holy moly. What a story. An incredible, unflinching look at the life of an addict through addiction and recovery. Thank you Goodreads, publisher and author for my free kindle copy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Michael Kitchens

    One Hit Away was a very personal read for me and an eye opening look into the world of drug addiction and the battles that some of our friends and family face. A few months ago, I was asked by Jordan Barnes to read this memoir of recovery and provide a short commendation for it. At the time I don't think I was fully prepared or even understood what I was about to read or the impression it would leave me with. To be honest, I procrastinated. I put it off several times...but then when I finally star One Hit Away was a very personal read for me and an eye opening look into the world of drug addiction and the battles that some of our friends and family face. A few months ago, I was asked by Jordan Barnes to read this memoir of recovery and provide a short commendation for it. At the time I don't think I was fully prepared or even understood what I was about to read or the impression it would leave me with. To be honest, I procrastinated. I put it off several times...but then when I finally started reading it, I had to finish it. The first chapter grabs you and sucks you into a world of what I would call...horror. Not the kind that you see in the movies, but the horror of drug abuse and the seemingly impossible power that drug addiction holds over you. What followed was a long road to recovery and redemption that was traumatic, moving, and so very personal. What made it personal was that Jordan is the author and the person who went through these struggles. Here's someone who has personally asked me to read about his struggles and then comment on them afterwards. The connection made it immensely powerful. The ending is poignant and triumphant while still managing to break your heart. I believe that this book shines a light on what many of the crimes we experience in Stolen Stuff Hawaii are driven by. The reasons our family members and our friends become lost and can't find their way back. The reason why it is so hard to find the light and so hard to hold onto it. This book makes me want to fight for more rehabilitation services for those who need it. It makes me want to increase the availability of such services in our jails and prisons. And it also makes it apparent that releasing inmates to a world where these services are not provided is essentially setting them up for fail...something we're experiencing in vast quantities in today's coronavirus climate. Jordan has fought through hell to get to this stage in his life. A former drug addict who has worked so very hard to overcome the demons in his life and is now a local, productive member of society, a soon to be father, and a survivor. I wish him the best in the release of his book and I'd like to thank Jordan for the opportunity to leave a note in his book as well as the privilege of reading it before release. I wish him great success in its release. Michael Kitchens, Creator, Stolen Stuff Hawaii

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jeri

    Full disclosure; my name is Jeri Barnes. I am Jordan’s mother. Jordan’s story was painful in real time and just as difficult when relived the second time through his book. If you are a parent, you don’t need this book to remind you of the unrelenting stress, the embarrassment, shame, disbelief, anger, unbearable grief, sadness and overwhelming feelings that the addict child will bring upon you. You know the anger and sadness of watching an addict spiral out of control to inconceivable lows. You k Full disclosure; my name is Jeri Barnes. I am Jordan’s mother. Jordan’s story was painful in real time and just as difficult when relived the second time through his book. If you are a parent, you don’t need this book to remind you of the unrelenting stress, the embarrassment, shame, disbelief, anger, unbearable grief, sadness and overwhelming feelings that the addict child will bring upon you. You know the anger and sadness of watching an addict spiral out of control to inconceivable lows. You know the unfathomable anguish. What you don’t know is what the addict is experiencing, what they are thinking, and how the lure of addiction turns into a dark pathway to hell. Through this book I relived a most painful part of mine and my family's lives through the eyes of our son. I find forgiveness for whatever imagined role we played or thought we played and take pride in his climb from the depths of hell to salvation. My husband and I are forever grateful for the role God played in bringing him home and for the selfless support and effort by the members of the Sand Island treatment facility in showing him the way to sobriety. This is his story of that climb. We have a deep faith in God and know that angels played a pivotal role enabling us to find Jordan in his lost world. It was a miraculous journey that brought him home. Jordan has an urgency to share his powerful and truthful story. It is one of sadness and insight into the selfishness, betrayal, cunningness, entitlement and, finally, finding the right path through forgiveness, happiness and unimaginable achievement. It is a story of hope.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Cloud

    I listened to this on Audible but ended up buying a hard copy for my clients! I am in recovery and have read many biographies and autobiographies of people in recovery. I have to say, Jordan's story is one of the most moving, powerful stories I've ever had the privilege to read. There are so many wonderful elements to this story: the depths of dispair and where addiction can take you, the never-ending hope of family, the necessary detaching with love that his family displays, the truth about unce I listened to this on Audible but ended up buying a hard copy for my clients! I am in recovery and have read many biographies and autobiographies of people in recovery. I have to say, Jordan's story is one of the most moving, powerful stories I've ever had the privilege to read. There are so many wonderful elements to this story: the depths of dispair and where addiction can take you, the never-ending hope of family, the necessary detaching with love that his family displays, the truth about uncertainty when you begin treatment, the powerful moment of finding a higher power...I could go on and on. I have purchased a copy of this book to loan to my clients at the treatment facility that I supervise and they, too, are being blessed by it. Mahalo for your openness, vulnerability, and honesty. Your truth has and will help many.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Paul LaGreca

    Barnes' beautifully written memoir takes one by the hand and invites them into the hell of addiction - the suffocation, the trap, and the never-ending fear that one is doomed. His story is honest, raw, and tugs at the heart. Most importantly, he delivers a story of hope - that even the worst addict, if they want help and persevere one day, one hour at a time, happiness can be found. Kudos to Jordan Barnes for profound service through his beautiful words. If you really want a reality check on the Barnes' beautifully written memoir takes one by the hand and invites them into the hell of addiction - the suffocation, the trap, and the never-ending fear that one is doomed. His story is honest, raw, and tugs at the heart. Most importantly, he delivers a story of hope - that even the worst addict, if they want help and persevere one day, one hour at a time, happiness can be found. Kudos to Jordan Barnes for profound service through his beautiful words. If you really want a reality check on the life of an addict, this is the book. Strongly recommend.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tara Z.

    I was lucky to receive an ARC and thoroughly enjoyed the true to life story of the authors ups and downs. Very inspirational and an absolutely amazing read. Jordan has a way with words that keeps you encased in the story, and wanting to read more. To be able to see his hard work not only in his writing, but in his determination for a better life, all the while remembering where he came from is an amazing feat. Would highly recommend any and all to read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ken McCarthy

    Incredibly well written! The author painted a vivid picture of what his journey was truly like, minute by Minute. I was amazed how detailed he was considering the stress of going from a drug hazed life through the journey to a Full Recovery! Amazing Job Jordan!!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Unique read

  19. 5 out of 5

    Leea

    I started this book on a quiet morning and was quickly swept away into a story so rich and detailed that I couldn’t put it down. I ended up reading it cover to cover that day!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    This book is not something that I would normally read but I am glad I did. I won this on goodreads. It was fascinating to read about the struggle to get off drugs. The things he went through and that his family went through for years is awful and they stood by him through it all.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Madden

    Great read! I'm so happy I read this. Very good story of successfully kicking addition. It can be done. It is worth it. Great read! I'm so happy I read this. Very good story of successfully kicking addition. It can be done. It is worth it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chris Simpson

    Excellent book !!! Definitely helps wake up a recovering addict. A must read for those with drug addictions.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Susan Burlew

    Honest look at addiction and working towards recovery. Much of it was hard to read but necessary to understand the process. He is lucky to have such a supportive family. Highly recommend!!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Christine Benlehr Wilkinson

    OMG I could not put the book down. I loved Jordon's verbiage with his writing. It's a must read and I will be reading it again for inspiration. I would love to hear the audio book. I read on my kindle and would like a hard copy so I can highlight passage in the book. A MUST READ FOR EVERYONE. I learned so much about myself in the book on my food addiction. OMG I could not put the book down. I loved Jordon's verbiage with his writing. It's a must read and I will be reading it again for inspiration. I would love to hear the audio book. I read on my kindle and would like a hard copy so I can highlight passage in the book. A MUST READ FOR EVERYONE. I learned so much about myself in the book on my food addiction.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Celeste Barciela

    Strong and moving about what it is to be a drug addict!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    Love this book I really love this book because I got something from it as being in recovery my self I really appreciate the fact that no matter what tm can be your last day

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jen Hughes

    Jordan has tied the pain, destruction, and hopelessness of active addiction, the struggle, courage, and sacrifice of early recovery, and the hope, love, and joy that blooms out of a successful recovery program all in between the covers of his book. His story was mesmerizing from page one, and I commend you, Jordan for the courage it took to put your story out there. I haven't read an entire book in 5 years, but this one I could not put down! As a former client of Sand Island Treatment Center, I c Jordan has tied the pain, destruction, and hopelessness of active addiction, the struggle, courage, and sacrifice of early recovery, and the hope, love, and joy that blooms out of a successful recovery program all in between the covers of his book. His story was mesmerizing from page one, and I commend you, Jordan for the courage it took to put your story out there. I haven't read an entire book in 5 years, but this one I could not put down! As a former client of Sand Island Treatment Center, I can definitely say his recount of the program is SPOT ON! Definitely would recommend for anyone struggling with, has struggled with, or knows someone struggling with addiction. To be able to see not only Jordan's side of the story, but his loving family's as well is a real eye opener to how this disease does not only affect the addict! Wonderful read Jordan!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kelvin Kemp

    It took me awhile (roughly one chapter/day) to read this book -- mainly because I really wanted to delve into the details -- on a subject that I clearly knew nothing about. There were two main themes, the first on drug addiction, the second on rehabilitation and recovery... The author gripped me from the beginning, a highly-charged significant emotional event... all the way through to the wrap up, which is a life of continuously monitoring/checking oneself in order to achieve success and long lif It took me awhile (roughly one chapter/day) to read this book -- mainly because I really wanted to delve into the details -- on a subject that I clearly knew nothing about. There were two main themes, the first on drug addiction, the second on rehabilitation and recovery... The author gripped me from the beginning, a highly-charged significant emotional event... all the way through to the wrap up, which is a life of continuously monitoring/checking oneself in order to achieve success and long life and happiness. I was greatly inspired to share this with others to STAY OFF, because you're ONE HIT AWAY from a dead end to life. With enduring love, may God bless and families support all who read this book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Randall Sandstrom

    Candid,Honest and Insightful I enjoyed Jordan's book very much. Currently going through a contested and bitter divorce stemming from my partner's involvement with meth and refusal to admit it and get help, moving on is all that's left. This book helped me understand how both sides move forward one way or another. Candid,Honest and Insightful I enjoyed Jordan's book very much. Currently going through a contested and bitter divorce stemming from my partner's involvement with meth and refusal to admit it and get help, moving on is all that's left. This book helped me understand how both sides move forward one way or another.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Oellien

    One Hit Away was intriguing, and informative. I cried and laughed. I was rooting for Jordan the whole way. It was so interesting to journey through his recovery with him. Having family support, lots of prayers, love and hope saved this man. I highly recommend this book.

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