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Dead Drunk: Saving myself from alcoholism in a Thai monastery Paperback – 2 Apr 2013
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Short, approachable chapters and simple yet effective writing help keep the pages turning on what is an at times sad and poignant tale. Garrigan always dreamt of being a writer; with Dead Drunk he has successfully realised his dreams whilst simultaneously serving as an inspiration to others.
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His journey takes to Thailand and a Buddhist monastery were he finds the tools to say goodbye to alcohol forever. The methods used are far from conventional and I must admit had me chuckling away at parts, but the results speak for themselves. An engaging read from start to finish I highly recommend and encourage everyone to read this book.
at culture copes with it. After a whole series of AA chronicles and conflating recovery memoirs, something new, not yet encountered, but not totally unexpected. A valuable addition to the eternal human battle against addiction. I can recommend the book from the bottom of my heart. Not only as an addict in recovery...