DIG THE DRY ZONE
by Richard Byrne BSc(Ho
For a group of recovering addicts, the only thing more powerful than the compelling drink of alcohol is the support they find in music, in each other, and in God. As the former addicts embark on a twelve-week recovery period at a European rehabilitation center, they begin to seek help through hymns. As the group battles their addictions, theyre faced with love and divorce, life and death, and the overall struggle to believe. Their journey of recovery has no bounds, showing addiction and self-limitations can be overcome with just a little amount of faith.
About the Author:
Richard Byrne holds a degree in Community Development and has worked in Northern Ireland for a number of years. He developed his story based on a similar process he undertook to help recovering addicts through song and hymns.
(2015, Paperback, 122 pages)