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  • Long and repetitive

    I wanted to like this book and I genuinely wish the author well in her quest for sobriety but I honestly just found it long, boring, self-indulgent and oh my god, so repetitive. I would have also liked to have seen some decent editing. The book was about 16 chapters longer than it needed to be. It almost feels like she gave up and just started reading her blog, complete with the blog comments. After about the 4th chapter they were pretty much all the same: “I was drinking too much but it’s not like I was a drunk or anything. So I stopped. Rar!Rar! Go me. I can’t believe I’m sober. Oh dear, I had a feeling. I’ll write a blog about it. Here’s a half dozen comments from my blog. Yay!” I kind of felt it was a bit disingenuous and I would have liked to have seen some of the raw emotions that the author mentions experiencing actually reflected more in her writing, rather than her trying to be some kind of upbeat cheerleader. Even when she said she felt angry, there was no feeling behind it. For somebody exploring her emotions and reasons for drinking, it’s a very flat retelling.

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  • Inspiring

    I admire Lotta Dann’s struggle with alcohol. She relates her journey to sobriety with humour and candour . I would highly recommend the book for anyone who wants to stop drinking. The author also gives practical suggestions to help you along the path to sobriety. The narrator, Cat Gould, is amazing.

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