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STEROID DECEIT: A BODY WORTH DYING FOR?

Author: Jeff Rutstein

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Publisher: Custom Fitness Publishing,

Material: paperback

Summary: This is a passionate account of one man's journey from the back alley of substance abuse to an enlightened speaker and advocate for drug awareness. This is an autobiographical non-fiction work, complemented by research.

Type of Reading: independent reading, interactive reading

Recommended Age: read together: 10 and up; read yourself: 13 and up

Interest Level: 12 and up

Young Reader Reaction: pending

Adult Reader Reaction: Tightly written with a laser-like focus, The Steroid Deceit sheds some much-needed light on a taboo subject of building buff through anabolic steroids. Jeff Rutstein reveals the pain that young men endure to look good. It's a lesson in acceptance for all of us, men and women alike.

Pros: The book is singular in focus and purpose: discourage use--particularly teen use--of steroids.

Cons: None.

Borrow or Buy: Buy. I highly recommend this book for its honesty and eye-opening quality. Parents, teachers, coaches all need to read this book with their athletes.

If You Liked This Book, Try: ANY POSSIBLE OUTCOME: A BOOK OF URBAN TALES   JASON'S #16 DREAM   ROUGHING (Sports Stories Series)

Educational Themes: The goal of the book is clear. It is an excellent, real-life complement to any discussion you want to have with kids about drugs.

Notes: Guest reviewer Christine Hohlbaum, SAHM Expert for ClubMom and author of Diary of a Mother, wrote this profile.

Literary Categories: Nonfiction - sports, medicine, health

Date(s) Reviewed: February 2006

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