We all have a hardwired attraction to alcohol, but none of us has hardwired understanding of its effects.
This book makes gaining this insight into a fascinating and entertaining journey, suited to both individuals and interested professionals.
Phil Cain’s work has been featured by The Economist, Telegraph, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Observer, Al Jazeera, CBS and the BBC.
Note: Favourable reviews: 5-stars “Great book, easy to read, full of ‘fun’ facts about alcohol. The author does a great job of presenting a murky side of alcohol without being too negative.”
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Format: 5″x 8″, 219 pages, B&W (no illustrations)