A Really Good Day

51p9kBHhYeLI grabbed A Really Good Day by Ayelet Waldman on the recommendation of a “Great Books of 2017” list. It’s an autobiographical account of Waldman’s experimentation with microdosing of LSD, which I had never heard about and found quite intriguing. While the narrative was interesting, the book was filled too much with the description of drug research and the illegalization of drugs. While I wanted to skip those parts, I worried that I would then miss some of the story. Ultimately, while this book was interesting, I didn’t really walk away with any practical knowledge and was left kind of hanging about how the one month experiment affected Waldman’s after the fact.
three-stars

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