Downloaded this on a whim last night as it was amongst my recommendations and caught my eye It s a story of desperation and hope and it s written in a similar style to the Big Book Well worth reading. This Is A Well Written, Poignant Memoir Of A Woman S Unhappy Childhood And A Brave And Gripping Account Of Her Triumph Over Alcoholism The Details Of Jean S Personal Anguish And The Obvious Authenticity Of Her Report On A Life Very Nearly Gone Amiss Demonstrate The Kind Of Clout That Only An Honest Personal Account Can Have The Frank Way The Book Addresses The Sensitive Issues Of Alcoholism And Domestic Violence, And The Vivid Recall And Dramatic Impact With Which Some Scenes Are Described, Make This A Powerful Testament Both Inspirational And Informative, Also About The Role AA Played In Her Life Once She Admitted She Had A Problem The Author Stopped DrinkingYears Ago And After Achieving Sobriety Her Career Flourished And She Opened Her Own Business InShe Is Now In Her Seventies And Semi Retired, And Has Grandchildren Who Regard Her As A Cool Gran , Something That Would Not Have Been Possible If She Hadn T Stopped DrinkingThe Manuscript Would Not Only Appeal To Help Seeking Addicts Or To Those Already In Rehab, But Very Strongly, Too, To Family Members And Friends Of Such Persons Who Are Often In Great Need Of Information And Support This Is A Personal Testimony That Will Be Helpful To Many People
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Behind the Curtain. A Journey to Sobriety book, this is one of the most wanted Jean author readers around the world.
- Kindle Edition
- 127 pages
- Behind the Curtain. A Journey to Sobriety
- 14 May 2017 Jean