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What was one of the most memorable moments of Ninety Days?
What's unique among addiction memoirs is that he describes various relapses. One of the most memorable moments is when he was literally about to knock on the door of someone from whom he would get drugs and relapse, when a person from his AA group walked by and convinced him to go to a meeting instead. He was able to avoid the relapse solely through the help of this person. It's a strong example of how addicts need to rely on others to help them.
What about Bill Clegg’s performance did you like?
I always enjoy when the author reads the audiobook. It wasn't particularly memorable, but not bad.
Any additional comments?
Apparently this is a follow-up to a first book he wrote about addiction. I haven't read that one, so maybe it's better to do so.
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it's not easy to tell the truth, but the truth really does set you free. And those in the hearing of your words are set free through your experience.