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Catastrophic Brew

Catastrophic Brew     

by Phillip Dudley
Price: $15.00

Book Website:  http://www.catastrophicbrew.com

176 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9

ISBN-10: 0-9795683-0-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-9795683-0-5

In Catastrophic Brew, Phillip Dudley (author) shares the complications, chanllenges, and misfortunes that he experienced as he suffered from one of the most debilitating mental conditions known. More importantly, he shares with his readers what it took for him to completely recover from Schizophrenia.


About The Author

Mr. Phillip Dudley is a very loving and warm person, sincere and genuine in life. As he has grown he has developed an interest in learning about different cultures and his own. Phillip is fluent in Spanish and very passionate about understanding more about the vast and complex history of the language and people who speak it. Phillip continues to pursue his dream to become a university professor. He currently resides in Kansas City, Missouri.


Customer Reviews

Aaron from Cocoa beach, fl , GA
 This was an amazing book and a very easy read. Having had a relative that suffered from mental illness I know how important the family is in the recovery process. The author did an outstanding job humanizing mental illness and showing that most people that suffer were just normal people. A must read for anyone who suffers or knows someone else that suffers from mental illness.
Cherri from Irving , TX
 This was a great book that I would recommend to anyone. It was an easy read that opened up a different aspect to an illness that I didn't know much about before. I give it 4 stars. The author did an amazing job.




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