The lowest of the low points came when she called to beg social services to take her son into care. Totally alone, shoplifting food to survive and still using cocaine, Danniella knew she had to do something. Written with complete frankness, this is the whole story, from the first time she took coke, as a 14 year old, to the horror and shame of her ruined nose, and the near collapse of her relationship with the man who loved her. As her addiction took over her life she lost her friends, family, career and her looks, but when it came to her son, she knew enough was enough. Inspiring and powerful, this is an intensely personal story of the fight back from the edge of death.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 242 g
Dimensions: 177 x 110 x 25 mm
'A morality tale of our times' * The Sunday Times *
'The unashamed no-holds-barred story' * Daily Express *
'Will have you gripped' * The Sun *