Joe was to inherit many of the worst traits of his father but the worst by far was alcoholism. How he coped with this disease, before and after he turned 63, is revealed in vivid and honest language that no one will ever forget.
The doors of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are opened wide for all to see what actually happens inside. The gifted writings of many of the people inside those walls help to explain the wonders of this wonderful program.
You may question and you may cringe at some of the things you read but this book is not fiction, it is facts, pure but not simple, and yet honest without exaggeration. You will share the heartaches, cry with the unfortunate, and cherish the many true love stories it reveals. You will live and appreciate the author's journey to serenity.