By William Cope Moyers, with Katherine Ketcham
#8832 From rock bottom to recovery, the son of veteran broadcaster Bill Moyers chronicles his life-shattering battle with addiction and the hard-won fight for recovery.
William Cope Moyers has come a long, long way. In 1994, he lay on the floor of an Atlanta crack house. His father had put together a search party. His worried family waited at home where Moyers had left them when he embarked on yet another binge. From that lowly, drug-hazed night, Moyers went on to become an executive at the Hazelden Foundation and travels far and wide to talk about addiction and treatment.
Broken tells the story of what happened between then and now – from growing up the privileged son of Bill Moyers to his descent into alcoholism and drug addiction, his numerous stabs at getting clean, his many relapses, and how he managed to survive. Harrowing and wrenching, Broken paints a picture of a man with every advantage who nonetheless found himself spiraling into a dark and life-threatening abyss.
Beautifully written with a deep underlying spirituality, this is a missive of hope for the numerous Americans struggling with addiction.
384 pages. Softcover. 2007. Reprint. PRICING: $20.00. SPECIALS: 10 copies for $184.95; 100 copies for $1,679.00.