Author Frank Gallo’s new book “The Partygoer” is a cautionary tale about parties and the effects of peer pressure

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Recent release “The Partygoer” from Page Publishing author Frank Gallo is about young people being peer pressured into trying drugs, and the toxicity of party culture.

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Frank Gallo, a writer from Florida, has completed his new book “The Partygoer”: a gripping and potent story about toxic party culture, and how peer pressure can influence and poison a young person’s mind into making terrible decisions.

Frank writes, “Joe was in DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), and he was taught how to get out of situations like this. But at this point, he forgot. Reading and seeing videos on peer pressure and actually being in one were totally different experiences.”

Published by Page Publishing, Frank Gallo’s tale follows a young man by the name of Joe Data, a former loner who, after making a new friend, decided to become more social and outgoing. Upon entering high school, Joe decided to put himself out there by trying to make more friends and socializing at parties.

However, Joe may have put too much faith in his new partygoer friends. He now finds himself in a den of toxic relationships, which has caused him to make poor decisions at the behest of their so-called "peers," that they felt that they were going to help Joe deal with issues at home, by getting him into drugs.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “The Partygoer” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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