Yes, because I find Sammy Hagar to be a fascinating guy and I have been a fan of both his solo music and his Van Halen music as well. Also, Sammy and I have similar upbringings mine in San Jose, CA his in So Cal.
I really like the end of the book when Sammy talks about helping others that might think that they cannot make it in this world of ours because they were born under a bad sign. He gives hope and that's cool.
Yes, I was absolutely gripped to this book.
Compared to the other books on this same subject, this book makes the most sense to me.
I like that Craig had me look at alcohol from a different prospective then I have ever done before. I agree, it is poison.
Very good performance. Other then him bumping into his mic a few times and making me jump out of my headphones, he did a great job.
I recommend this book for anyone that wants to get a chemical understanding as to what alcohol happens to be.
No not for me, But if YOU have never sought help before for alcohol addiction this book will help you to better understand what is out there and the basics of each program. That was not the case for me as I have been out there.
The most interesting was when the writer explained all the options that are currently out there for those looking for help. The least interesting was the repetitive use of the word "Master's."
No, I don't think so.
No, not for me.
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