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

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

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

Forty Nights by Chris Thrall, Serf Books/Blacksmith Books, 4/5 stars At the end of his best­selling 2011 memoir Eating Smoke, Chris Thrall was on the tarmac at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak airport in 1996, about to head back to Britain and attempt to face his drug-fuelled demons. Follow-up Forty Nights picks up where we left him and soon reveals that the first book’s story of personal meltdown and amphetamine psychosis is far from over. Thrall, a former marine, had moved to Hong Kong in the early…

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