Cost by Roxana Robinson

"Cost" is a gripping novel that explores the devastating impact of drug addiction on a family. The story centers around a mother who is a painter, her two grown sons, one of whom is a heroin addict, and her elderly parents. The narrative delves into the complexities of familial relationships, the struggles of dealing with addiction, and the harsh realities of aging, all set against the backdrop of a summer in Maine. The family's struggle to help their addicted son while dealing with their own personal issues provides a heart-wrenching exploration of love, responsibility, and the true cost of choices made.

The 6098th greatest book of all time


Published
2008
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
432
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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