This book is a true life account of a nomad boy who grew up alcoholic, suffered injury and struggled with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and who remained shackled by lack of insight until empowered by love. More
“Taking Fog to Nantucket” is an honest look back at a young man’s life, a life lived all over America, England and the world, a life that was almost cut short by a corrupt Nantucket Police officer in 2003. Tackling issues such as alcoholism, post traumatic stress disorder, homelessness and the corporate ‘world’, the author takes one back into the amazing journey of his youth, only to wind up at the Pine Street Inn, a homeless shelter in Boston. Broke, humiliated and ‘out of luck’, the story comes full circle, bringing the young man back from the brink of death and into the light that is Love. With many different levels to the work, the author’s main goal is to reach as many people as he can, explaining with empirical scientific facts the dangers of alcohol, a way out of the invisible disease called PTSD and a path forward via the knowledge gained by his working through those ‘dark years’. A beautiful tale of redemption, recovery and purpose, this book is sure to arm the reader with the knowledge to battle whatever they may be going through at this present day. A wild thrill ride of a read that will keep you turning the pages all night long.