"Spiked with biting humor, Spina provides a fresh, candid take on Alcoholism with forceful grit, compelling the reader to experience the brutal intensity and mortality of it." -P.G.
WHEN I REACHED END STAGE ALCOHOLISM, I WAS POSSESSED.
Time and again, I narrowly escaped His murderous attempts.
Not this time.
If you are willing to believe that there is a possibility you can return to sanity and freedom, my story may serve as the catalyst for an extraordinary recovery.
"I Almost Murdered a Complete Stranger: Embarrassing Truths of a Madman's Journey" is a visceral, deadpan account of a near-death experience brought on by the all-too-human descent into chronic alcoholism.
Since his awakening to a deep understanding of alcoholism as a life-long affliction, Jim's obsession has been lifted, leaving him free of his desire to drink for the first time in 41 years! Reflecting deeply, he begs the answer to the question, "what changed?"
This book does not offer practical insights for recovery, self-help platitudes, or "lessons learned."
Anyone whose lives have been shattered by this affliction (and those who love them or treat them) will find support in rekindling hope for freedom, for sanity, and to live a better life.