21 Years Gone

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21 Years Gone

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Isbn10 0230015220
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Number Of Pages 224
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Physical Dimensions 8.4 x 5.3 x 0.8 inches
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Publish Date November 1, 2006
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Subjects Biography: general
Biography & Autobiography / Rich & Famous
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21 Years Gone
Authors Jack Osbourne
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Categories Biography & Autobiography
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Description This inspiring autobiography details Jack Osbourne's journey from the drug and alcohol addictions that nearly killed him to his remarkable recovery and ultimate redemption. By the time Jack was 16, he was addicted to alcohol and prescription drugs, was hanging out with rock stars in LA and living a life that any teenager would aspire to—and then the reality show The Osbournes turned him into a global celebrity. As much as Jack enjoyed his fame, underneath it all he was still an awkward teenager, using his sense of humor as a protective shield. With fame and money came greater access to drugs and soon his addictions took a firmer hold on him and his behavior was soon out of control. In 21 Years Gone Jack writes with brutal frankness about his descent into addiction and the low point he reached when his mother Sharon was diagnosed with cancer. Scared that his she might die, Jack retreated further into his alcoholic shell, hating who he was, hating what he did. When Sharon realized what was happening she told Jack he had to go into rehab and slowly he turned his life around. Discovering a passion for extreme sports, he went from overweight and unfit to the lean young man he is today—courtesy of such adventures as running with the bulls in Pamplona, fighting a Thai martial arts expert, and scaling El Capitan, one of the world's toughest climbs.
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Page Count 213
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Published Date 2006
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Subtitle The Autobiography
Title 21 Years Gone

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