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28 July 2020
A good book with chance for you to realise that eventually alcohol loses the affect and life without booze opens up a whole world.
The author questions the term ‘alcoholic’ but he knew he was all along, and AA was a mechanism to maintain.sobriety. The truth is that he finally wanted to enjoy life and the simple things. Anyone with a drinking problem can probably relate to every chapter.
17 May 2020
This is a short book that can be read in a day. It does grip you and keep you reading. I can totally relate to what Will says. When alcohol is in your life it is your all or nothing! People think you are the life and soul of the party but it’s all a drunken facade. Take the alcohol away and it’s just plain old you.
6 May 2020
Like Will, I too drank a lot but gave up without help, by re examining my relationship with booze.
This book takes you through his journey asks you to re evaluate what you get from drinking.
It isn’t at all preachy, but candid and illuminating
4 February 2020
Very useful book helped no end in my sober journey.I know I can do this. Thankyou for the honest writing.
1 November 2019
This is a good read. The author was very open about not only alcohol but, for example, his relationship with his mother which I found impressive. Clearly he strongly wishes through this book to help those who believe they may have issues with their drinking habits.
9 October 2019
Well written, I admire the honesty of this personal account. It really has helped me examine my own uncomfortable and tricky relationship with alcohol. May even get a handle on it!!
29 September 2019
I have read this beautifully written book in one sitting as I start get another and hopefully this time my last day one. I could totally relate to Will’s experiences with drinking from teenage years through to middle age. I am 2 years away from my 50th and function well with a professional career and the daily bottle of wine and more at weekends is doing nothing for me and I recognise hasn’t done for many years. I will practice the tips in the final chapters to see if these will make a difference to my mindset this time and update further. Thank you Will
12 July 2019
Absolutely brilliant book. I have read a ton of quit – lit but this is the first one that actually made me question my own relationship with alcohol in a really personal way. I wasn’t just reading Will’s story…… I was reading my own story. Not because it was similar, just because it sparked something in me and I was visioning myself in his shoes… How I’d cope or feel in each scenario. I loved this and will be recommending this when people ask me how and why I went AF!
19 July 2019
I couldn’t put this down. No preaching, no “magic cures”, just an account of an individual’s relationship with alcohol. Very thought provoking, very helpful, and in my opinion is the best book of the numerous I have read so far about managing alcohol.
15 September 2018
I thought this book was great because it made you examine why you drink and what value you are getting out of alcohol. I imagine it took courage to write and publish such an honest account of his relationship with alcohol. So thank you for going to the trouble Will!
12 Feb 2017
“The best book if you are worried about being an alcoholic”. There is a thin line between being an alcoholic & not. I think this book can help you decide which side you are on & steer you away from grabbing a drink when you really don,t need one and probably shouldn’t have one! Ching ching. Nigel.
3 May 2017
I was recommended to read Will’s book by a friend who was worried that my drinking was becoming a problem.
At first I resisted but in the end I relented. I didn’t think I would get anything from it and was sceptical if I am honest.
How wrong could I have been!
The book is fantastic. It is on one hand light, amusing and easy to read. On the other however, Will really makes you think about your drinking and gets you to question your relationship with the booze.
It is no exaggeration to say the book has changed me. It raised more questions than answers to be fair but that is no bad thing. I feel I have a toolkit to really address the thing that I know has becoming a growing problem for many years.
If you think you drink too much, give this book a go, you will not be disappointed.
12 September 2017
I found this book to be written from the heart and to be an honest and open account of a rocky relationship with alcohol. I took a lot from it.
9 July 2017
It described everything I was and that I am not alone in recognising the power alcohol can have. Great book
16 December 2016
Witty, informative and thought-provoking. Thoroughly recommend this even if you don’t think you have a drink problem, immensely readable but helpful at the same time.