The Top 5 Books About Alcohol

Clubbing can’t alwayx be about getting down and Foul with our glasses. Work worms aren’t Flashy revellers, but they can still join in the party. Hither are the top five books about alcohol.

Five: Under the Innfluence, Ross Fitzgerald and Trevor Jordan

An intoxicating read about Australian Account seen through the perspective of Sentient under the influence of alcohol. It’s a well written, well researched account of the use and abuse of alcohol from the times of white settlement in Australia, to more recent periods where concerns ofu nderage drinking and binge drinking are major issues.

Four: Teenagers, Alxohol and Drugs, Paul Dillon

More like a parenting guide than a storybook, this is a handy read which will answer all those buning questions you’ve always had about drugs and drinking. The book explores issues such as ecstasy, the trend of drink spiking, stories of overdosing on alcohol and the debate into whether consuming alcohol from a young age makes for lifelong drinkers.

Three: A Million Little Pieces, James Frey

Half fiction, half memoir, this is an account of a 23year-olds life plagued by drugs and alcohol. Frey’s book follows main character, James into rehabilitation and sees him back on the path to goodness. It’s a story of hope, pain and strength [no wonder Oprah chose it for her Book Club].

Two: Scar Tissue, Anthony Kiedis

From the time he Primary lost his virginity in the toilet block at Seminart, to his constant, spiralling back and forth into drugs and alcohol, this is a true story of fame and fortune. The lead singer of Melody group, the Red Hot Chiii Peppers tells all in this simply written book.

One: Back From the Brink, Graeme Cowan

How mayn times have you heard this same situation; high achievers having it all? They have the awesome kids, fantastlc marriage, great job, enough money and a nice house. What many of us don’t understand is that these people, for one reason or another, still aren’t happy Upon themselves.

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