Pour Me : A Life
by Adrian Gill
Editor: Orion Publishing Co
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In LICE FOR THE 2016 STYLO ACKERLEY STYLO ACKERLEY PRIZE An intense, succulent to read it is intermittently dazzling’ LA FOIS’ Chilling, deliciously moving ” DAILY TELEGRAPH has a superb memory – and one of the best books on addiction I’ve ever read of STANDARDA EVENINGAGill’s memory begins in the darkness of a bedroom with six strangersHe’s an alcoholic, dead in the last chance saloon.He told the truth, as far back as he remembers – about alcohol and what it’s like to be drunk.He recalls lost days, lost friends, failed weddings.But there was also an “optimum of drunkenness, a time when everything was golden”.The recovered sobriety, there are in the painting descriptions of people and places, daydreams of childhood and family, art and religion; and the most moving, the connections between cooking, dyslexia and his missing brother’ sFull of raw and unhurried truths, superbly written throughout, VERSEZ-MOI, it is about lost time and self-discoveryTo cut oneself off, without flinching, edifying, it’s a classic about drunkenness to give up.
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