Praise from Kirkus Reviews:
“Nash, in short, has pulled off a remarkable feat, taking a topic of great relevance and—without a hint of censure or denunciation—making it integral to a tale whose only demand is that it be read in one sitting.” – Kirkus Reviews
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Praise from best-selling authors:
“Lifeline plunges the reader into Eli’s rough journey—Nash doesn’t hold back. Buckle up.” – K.M. Walton, author of Cracked, Empty, & Ultimatum
“Tragically timely, this story dives deep into the brutal and heroic work that recovery requires. An addict’s self-denial and self-destruction is laid out with raw honesty and while the path back is steep, Nash shows redemption is well within reach. A gorgeously written and ultimately hopeful debut that will resonate with readers of any age.” – Karen Fortunati, author of The Weight of Zero
“Nash knows exactly what she’s doing here, and it’s clear on every page. One of the best small-press gems I’ve read in a long time.” – Dahlia Adler, author of Behind the Scenes, Under the Lights, and Just Visiting, and NA novel Last Will and Testament.
Praise from other reviewers:
“This is a must read this year. It does deal with sensitive matters, but it is done very tastefully. I give this book a solid five stars.” – Up All Night with Books
“Abbey Lee Nash’s writing is captivating, very tight pacing with lovely prose. I devoured this in less than 24 hours.” – Kat with the Hat