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Alcoholics Anonymous by Alcoholics Anonymous
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Mar 15, 2012

it was amazing
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What can I say? This book not only has the most tried-and-true methods for living a sober lifestyle after years of alcoholism, it's written in the 1930s prose style of which I am so fond. The use of exclamation points and colloquial terms such as "spree" give it a flavor that would allow this book to stand on its own even if it wasn't such a powerful guide. Bill Wilson penned a good deal of the second part of the first hundred forty-odd pages, and damn... the dude could really write.

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