Once An Addict Paperback
The Fascinating Story Of One Man's Escape From The Murky Drugs Underworld
by Barry Woodward & Andrew Chamberlain;
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Once An Addict
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Barry Woodward grew up in Greater Manchester, England. After leaving school at 16 with no qualifications, Barry was drawn into the drug scene, experimenting with cannabis, amphetamines and LSD. Eventually this experimenting led to a heroin addiction and life as a drugs supplier.
For a whole 12 years, Barry was completely dependent on Drugs and spent some time in prison. Due to an amazing sequence of supernatural encounters, his life turned around completely.
Once An Addict by Barry Woodward & Andrew Chamberlain was published by Authentic in May 2007 and is our 5610th best seller. The ISBN for Once An Addict is 9781860246029.
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Once and AddictGeorge Taylor, via The Good Book Stall
This book should be read by anyone who has ever given a thought about today’s drug culture and wondered how anyone could be drawn into the sordid business that feeds on it. Told with honesty and frankness, Barry Woodward, an ordinary working class lad from a loving family in Manchester, finds himself drawn from smoking behind the cycle sheds at school into becoming a heroin addict. The book details his life from the moment he feels that he has his drug taking under control and able to stop at any time to his decline into total dependence where nothing is allowed to stand in the way of his ‘fix’. A series of court appearances and prison sentences, his divorce from his family, and failed relationships hasten his decline which leads to schizophrenia and complete degradation. But this is a book of hope. A chance meeting with an ex Borstal boy and his reluctant introduction to a local church finally leads him to a fulfilled and useful life. Told with humour and complete frankness the book reads well and I recommend it highly to anyone looking for a better understanding of today’s youth culture.
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Details for Once An Addict
|Page last updated||21st December 2015|
|Author / Artist||Barry Woodward & Andrew Chamberlain|
|Publisher||Authentic (May 2007)|
|Number of Pages||250|