“Six Months @ Camp: A Drug Trafficker’s Story” written by Eli Padilla, is an intriguing and informative view of the constantly flowing drug trade from South American fields into virtually every neighborhood of the United States. Beginning with aMore“Six Months @ Camp: A Drug Trafficker’s Story” written by Eli Padilla, is an intriguing and informative view of the constantly flowing drug trade from South American fields into virtually every neighborhood of the United States.
Beginning with a thorough and well-presented history of the origins and effects of the drug cocaine- the author demonstrates his expansive knowledge of the subject. The influx of the drug has increased exponentially over the past generation, despite enormous efforts to stem the tide. Due to insatiable demand and greed combined with over corruption, these efforts have proven highly ineffective.
Through Mr. Padilla eyes, the reader is escorted through the various elements of the trade from drug lord to partygoer to street junkie. The insidious addictive nature of the drug has ruined millions of lives and will continue to do so if alternative approaches to combat this parasitical societal scourge are not employed. From this foundation the author constructs a highly fascinating story.
Composed in compelling narrative and gripping dialogue, the text flows at a brisk tempo. With many unexpected twists, the story will maintain the reader’s interest throughout. The characters are presented in a multi-dimensional fashion revealing their motives and personality intricacies. In addition, the author effectively manages to avoid artificially padding the work with superfluous material and unnecessary characters. By navigating the story to a well-conceived and logical conclusion, the author could leave the reader with the sense of time well invested in the reading of this work.
Eli Padilla highly descriptive style of writing combined with his thorough knowledge of the subject matter could further enhance the appeal of this literary offering.