Lee Dickinson, author
Harrison King is convinced that he does not have a problem with alcohol, despite the fact people often tell him that he drinks too much and he often gets himself into awkward situations after a few drinks. When his girlfriend leaves him because she thinks he is an alcoholic, Harrison sets out to prove to her and to everyone else, that he is completely non-dependent and that he is a highly functioning and responsible adult. He quickly realises that he might be drinking a little too regularly, but he is adamant that he is not an alcoholic. Wrecked follows Harrison and his struggles with his career that he hates, his boss that he hates even more and his battle with his control over his consumption. Harrison drinks when he has a bad day at work, when he cannot decide what to do with his life, when he is stressed and as a way of dealing with social interactions. As Harrison continues with his journal, he questions his life choices, tries to expand his social circle and put more effort into a plan for his future. But his drunken antics keep getting him into increasingly uncomfortable situations.