Book Review: “The Weight of Air: A Story of the Lies about Addiction and the Truth about Recovery,” by David Poses

I just found out this author is deceased – he passed away earlier this year. Out of respect for his family, I deleted my original post reviewing the book.

The conclusion of my review was that I hoped he could write a follow up book on his life in recovery on buprenorphine. It saddens me that he passed away before he could do more writing.

My condolences to his family and friends.

5 responses to this post.

  1. Did you know he died? Earlier this year

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  2. Posted by Alison Langley on May 2, 2022 at 5:49 pm

    My son was prescribed Methadone at a treatment center after continued severe depression during detox. His counselor told me it was very unusual, but she had exhausted her other tools. He was on it for 5 years, and under the care of a new doctor decided to switch to Subutex because of the cost of Methadone. He has continued to work a full time job and be a responsible citizen from his first day. He is 55 now, and had been in and out of recovery (mostly out) for 30 years.

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