Newsweek reviews 'Pill City'

The magazine says 'Pill City' "deftly ouches a range of national issues as it sings the ballad of Brick and Wax, including urban crime, addiction, race, mental health, sexual abuse, encryption, entrepreneurship and the tech industry. Both teens were raised by heroin-addicted mothers and met as 10-year-olds when both of their moms brought them to a shooting gallery. They bonded there over the autobiography of the pimp Iceberg Slim, which they read huddled side by side among the addicts, but they soon shifted their focus from books to technology." Read the entire piece here: