Writer Chris Thrall, whose second memoir, Forty Nights, picks up where his first, the bestseller Eating Smoke, left off. He reveals that his journey through addiction and mental health struggles is far from over. Writer Chris Thrall, whose second memoir, Forty Nights, picks up where his first, the bestseller Eating Smoke, left off. He reveals that his journey through addiction and mental health struggles is far from over.
Writer Chris Thrall, whose second memoir, Forty Nights, picks up where his first, the bestseller Eating Smoke, left off. He reveals that his journey through addiction and mental health struggles is far from over.

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Forty Nights by Chris Thrall: second memoir relocates drug-fuelled antics from Hong Kong to Britain

  • The British ex-marine describes with warmth and wit his attempts to face his demons in his homeland, with varying degrees of success
  • It soon becomes clear that he could not leave his addiction issues behind by leaving Hong Kong

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Writer Chris Thrall, whose second memoir, Forty Nights, picks up where his first, the bestseller Eating Smoke, left off. He reveals that his journey through addiction and mental health struggles is far from over. Writer Chris Thrall, whose second memoir, Forty Nights, picks up where his first, the bestseller Eating Smoke, left off. He reveals that his journey through addiction and mental health struggles is far from over.
Writer Chris Thrall, whose second memoir, Forty Nights, picks up where his first, the bestseller Eating Smoke, left off. He reveals that his journey through addiction and mental health struggles is far from over.
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