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...
It a good book about the AA program but not exciting readingPublished 23 days ago by D.B. McBrierty
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 3 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 3 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 7 months ago by Joseph Rhinelander