I picked up Dreamland at the suggestion of a person I admire. It details the convergence of our national Opioid crisis and heroine addiction, fueled by criminal drug marketing techniques, an anti-pain revolution, Mexican drug dealers, Medicaid, and more. The web of factors was very interesting and I commend the author for attempting to connect all the dots. His writing, however, was tedious and repetitive. If this book had been edited, it would have been so much better. I was tempted to give up many times, but there would be another nugget of good information that kept me going. I do not recommend the audiobook as the narrator mispronounced dozens of words, diminishing the credibility of an already sloppy bit of writing.