Alice's story was the same as every other drug lecture I've had at school, it completely lacked originality if it is a work of fiction, if not then Alice's case isn't particularly special. It kept jumping in time frames too quickly and to be honest; I couldn't care less about her wanting to buy tampons or being happy that she got her period. It ticks every box for a stereo typical drug story which makes me think it was all made up to 'shock' teenagers which for me, it didn't. If anything it made me more intrigued into the effects of acid which I'm pretty sure is not the conclusion whoever 'edited' ( or should I say 'wrote' ) it was hoping for.
The only reason I'm giving it two stars is because I've always been curious about what it actually feels like to be on drugs ( always the part they miss out at school ) and I guess now I've had that curiosity settled.
To sum this review up, I'll some the book up 'don't do drugs, you'll die'