By Graham Parks
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Published: July 16, 2012
Words: 76,999 (approximate)
The Cure is a dark subject, but there’s also a lot of light in Willy’s life given how difficult it must be to try and re-integrate into society after living on the streets for so long.
It’s Monday morning but it could be any morning for William Fitzgerald – or Fitzy to those who would have once happily joined him to imbibe a slurp or two. He doesn’t know it yet but very soon he’s going to decide that it’s time to board the sober-wagon again. Can a drunken vagabond ever really manage the transition back into normal society? Well, on this occasion the world conspires to help. The only obstacle: William Fitzgerald. The only question: is insight and knowledge of one’s condition enough to keep you safe? If it is then maybe he’s in with a shout, for if there’s one thing that Fitzy’s not short on, it’s wisdom. The Cure is a provocative journey that explores the mind as much as the steps one man takes on the way to his discovery.
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