Ninety Days: A Memoir of Recovery

Ninety Days: A Memoir of Recovery

by Bill Clegg
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Ninety Days: A Memoir of Recovery by Bill Clegg

The goal is ninety--just ninety clean and sober days to loosen the hold of the addiction that caused Bill Clegg to lose everything.

Six weeks out of his most recent rehab, Clegg returns to New York and starts attending two or three meetings each day. It is in these refuges that he befriends essential new allies including Polly, who struggles daily with her own cycle of recovery and relapse, and the seemingly unshakably sober Asa.

At first, the support is not enough: Clegg relapses with only three days left. That's when the battle to reclaim his life gets reignited. As any recovering addict knows, hitting rock bottom is just the beginning.

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ISBN-13: 9780316122542
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Publication date: 04/09/2013
Pages: 194
Sales rank: 406,113
Product dimensions: 5.64(w) x 8.02(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Bill Clegg is a literary agent in New York. He is also the author of Portrait of an Addict as a Young Man.

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Ninety Days: A Memoir of Recovery 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
The_Paperback_Pursuer More than 1 year ago
Description: Ninety Days is the true story of Bill Clegg's recovery - crack addicted to clean and sober. This memoir is the follow-up to his first book , Portrait of an Addict as a Young Man, and begins where it left off - after seventy-three days of rehab. Review: A raw and highly emotional look into the life of a once prominent businessman and his strenuous journey to sobriety, Ninety days is an intense, yet simply-written, look into recovery from addiction. It feels like I am reading Clegg's journal, and the entries have a lot of impact. His writing style is honest and full of poignant prose, his ordeal a glimpse into a torment of the human condition. The interactions and dialogue are well-written, but the sections about his relapse(s) are some of the most engrossing. I am very moved by his story, however, I feel like Ninety Days should be read after Portrait of an Addict as a Young Man, because it feels sort of incomplete alone. Recommended for those who have struggled with their own addictive behaviors and/or readers interested in the drug rehabilitation process; also appropriate for older teens. Rating: Bounty's Out (3/5) *** I received this book from the author (Little, Brown and Company) in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
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