It will provide the experienced 12 stepper further understanding of their program.
I also found refreshing Kurtz's resistance to the hagiography or iconoclasm that usually accompanies histories of Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith, AA's co-founders.
It is filled with detail after detail so it can be a difficult read at times but is well worth the effort...
This is by far the most in depth history of AA available. It shows the ups & downs of the Program as well as the warts of our early members. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael A. Strem
Nice to hear further insight and evidence surrounding the key formative players in the emergence of AA: Shoemaker, Jung, etc. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Well written history of AA. Very informative and inspiring. Also loved another book by same author- The Spirituality of Imperfection.Published 2 months ago by Marianne Hewitt Robbins
The font and font size in this book makes for very hard reading.
The topic was interesting but font made it a difficult experience.
More history and information in one book than in 10 years of hanging out with the 20/20 If you know what I mean.Published 6 months ago by Joseph Rhinelander
Superbly researched and well written. A very comprehensive volume. Well worth reading by anyone interested in AA and it's beginnings.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer