Navigating InfinityBook - 2012
Wilbur Topsail is fed up with missing life, being constantly bombarded by traumatic memories and nightmares. Seemingly molded by his past, he refuses to fall victim, and engages in an all-out personal war for freedom and self acceptance. This novel takes us into the world of a complex, marginally social person. There are 15 million adult children of alcoholics in the United States alone. They all know dysfunctional families and despair, and they all struggle to find "normal." There is no simple or perfect recovery, and no amount of prayer can change the past. But there are many degrees of recovery, and Wilbur Topsail demonstrates unrelenting determination to improve his life.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Michael Langthorne, 2012
Branch Call Number: Fiction Lan
Characteristics: 180 pages ; 23 cm
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