When young Jewish Catholic “Bohunk,” heads to college, he aspires to become a doctor, but fulfills his family destiny of alcoholism instead. Drinking his way through medical school, and getting hooked on easy-to-access narcotics along the way, Bohunk inescapably finds himself at the precipice of death. After he emerges from a suicidal, drug-induced coma, he finally decides to confront his greatest fears, and commits to live.
In his empowered and invigorated life of recovery, Bohunk walks you through the 12 Steps of AA. He quixotically sets out to change the world by becoming an educator, addiction psychiatrist, and attorney, to help similarly situated addicts.
However, along the way his life is not short of personal drama—he marries, divorces, and with the help of U.S. Politicians and infamous private detectives, retrieves his two abducted daughters from South America!
This highly entertaining memoir will leave you in awe of how one man simply survived, let alone ultimately prevailed, against all odds.