Refresh and try again. If you like suspenseful books, or moral dilemmas, this would be a good book for you to read. The end was a serious downer, but it all worked. Rush by Kim Wozencraft Goodreads Author.
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Shelves: mental-health , some-of-the-best-i-have-ever-read , to-read-again I watched the movie then read the book. In this case Id have to go with the movie. Jason Patric IS this main character, personified! Oh, where to begin, the drugs, the sex, the oops-having-to-take-drugs-cause-Im-an-undercover.. The withdrawals. Dont miss this one. After you read it, you must watch the movie.
I watched the movie then read the book. To view it, click here. I have to admit I was quite surprised by this book! The film is terrific and does Kims book justice. However, with that said the book is quite different. The film ends in a more tragic surreal manner, and the book was more of a crumby messed over ending.
The film really tells a fantastic story and dives into the belly of an undercover narcotic officer and partners lives ending tragically, and then I have to admit I was quite surprised by this book! The book however is on par all the way up to about the last 70 pages. Things took a turn down a more normal path. Not so tragic. More like Wozencraft was using her experiences as a law enforcement officer to speak out about the corruption within the justice system, and law enforcement as well.
Great book, fantastic film, and great journey. Sad but true.
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