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Regardless of Your Circumstances, There Is Hope
If Alcoholism Is Part of Your Life in Any Way, Hi, My Name Is Jack Is for You.
Hi, My Name Is Jack is a fascinating, authentic story of one man's life, lived with increasing triumph through incredible adversity. Jack’s life is not ordinary or predictable—not even close. Reality never is. His extraordinary story is hard to believe, especially since his gripping memoir reads better than most novels. It's so good, most finish it in a day or two. It's that compelling.
With its overarching theme of recovery and living a life of purpose, Hi, My Name Is Jack may be one of the best books you’ll ever read. But it’s more than a good story. It has redeeming value, which people who have trouble with addiction or family dysfunction will find helpful and inspiring.
Jack’s story is not a sweet, sanitized narrative—far from it. Although at times extremely funny and wildly irreverent, it’s a tale of faith forged from a lifetime of relationships with more than one man’s share of trouble. The character development is extraordinary—meticulously honest and straightforward. Because the dialog is real, it's captivating and moving, which is why you'll find it hard to put down.
As a read Jack's story, you will experience a wide range of emotions, as Jack leads you through the unique and unpredictable turns in his life.
Hi, My Name Is Jack is well worth reading, and it makes a great gift—one that provides hope for each reader.
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After hearing about Hi, My Name Is Jack from my husband, who’s has been a friend of Jack's for nearly thirty years, I asked, “How could one man have so many twists and turns in a lifetime? Is his story real?” Let me assure you, it is.
Jack opens up his life—his heartbreaks, his Mulligan, and his faith—to the reader in a way that is impossible not to keep turning the page. His remarkable story of overcoming life’s obstacles touches the hearts of everybody who can relate to his troubles—in other words, all of us. If you feel like life will never be good again, Hi, My Name Is Jack will challenge and encourage you to take a risk and step forward in faith. A must read.