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Blood On The Ceiling: The Awesome Calamities of Addiction and the Miracle of Recovery is a riveting, no-punches-held, inside look at Nelson Trout's excursion into the dark, lonely, and scary world of drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. Blood On The Ceiling is a once-in-a-lifetime audiobook which explores, in brutal detail, the kind of hellish existence that often accompanies life in the fast lane of drugs, partying and the eventual isolation that comes with this terrible addiction.

Some stories seem so unreal as to be hallucinatory, but every word is true. Meet unforgettable characters, many who have cheated death on an almost daily basis, only to run back to the needle, pills, and booze. But the best part of Trout's work are the stories of recovery and success.

©2012 Janet Fisher (Goodnight Kiss Publishing) (P)2013 Janet fisehr (Goodnight Kiss Publishing)

Critic Reviews

"Keeps coming at you with non-stop reality." (Dr. Bill Gallagher, DC, rundrugsoutoftownrun.org)
"After the first few pages, I was hooked." (Michelle Andrews, author of Child of Compromise)

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I love Michael Ray Davis' voice

What did you love best about Blood on the Ceiling?

I have a love of books about addiction and rehab and the struggles that come with it. Blood on the Ceiling is just all about that.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Blood on the Ceiling?

"we may have arrived on different ships but we are all on the same boat now"<br/><br/>This statement is so true...I have used it many times since this listen

Which scene was your favorite?

I couldn't put this book down :)

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

This book just hit home...I would recommend it to anyone who is fighting an addiction or has overcome one...Super read.