I thought Warren Fellow's trip through the Bangkok prison system sounded horrific and awful. He really had to struggle to survive and the book was well written for a quick read.
My one complaint was how Warren seemed to feel sorry for himself. He mentioned a few times at the beggining of the book how he was aware of the crimes that he was commiting (many of which he didn't get caught or do time for) and was also aware of the horrors of the Thai prison system. Yet, he continued to traffic heroin to Australia from Bangkok and India, and finally and eventually got caught and had to do time. I felt sympathy for what he went through, but in no way felt compassion for the horrible crime he commited, knowing the way a drug like heroin affects people.
Towards the end of the book, Warren is bitter about all the years that he lost of his life while in prison. Intstead of being thankful for surviving, and thankful that now he has some time out in the real world, he just complains. This book is a good read, but please don't let this criminal suck you into his pity party!