The key text of Alcoholics Anonymous, which to this very day has not changed since it was first published in 1939. This is the original text with the addition of personal stories from both the 1st and 2nd editions. New linked table of contents added for group meeting use. Also included: A current study guide from the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
This book is the best sold self-help book for conquering addictions that range from alcoholism, drug addiction, overeating and other issues.
©2013 Glenn Langohr (P)2013 Glenn Langohr
This book has changed the lives of millions around the world, and for that reason alone everyone should listen to it. The stories of changed lives are fascinating and compelling. Unlike many novels, these stories are not embellished, and drinking is not glamorised.
This book is a sobering look at alcoholism, and at the same time takes a cold hard look at the question of "Who is God and why should I take Him seriously?"
The narrator, Glenn Langhor, is clearly no professional narrator. He makes many minor mistakes and seems to stumble through some passages. But what he lacks in professional reading ability is completely overshadowed by his earnestness. This quality in itself makes the book totally compelling listening, even if you've never had a drink in your life.
I'm really glad I listened to this book. I can now understand what alcoholics and their families have to deal with.
I would recommend this book. I would NOT recommend this audio recording.
The book has been life-changing for me.
Awkward pauses that seem to occur when turning pages. Phrasing is frequently off as is pronunciation.
The book is too good to be subjected to such a bad narration.
A better reader.
There is no comparison.
The reader is terrible, makes bad grammar & pronunciation,errors and is just terrible.
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