When Toddís alcoholic mother embarrasses him yet again, it is the final straw. He fills his old jalopy with the contents of his bedroom and moves out at the tender age of seventeen.
Todd struggles with finding a place of his own, getting a job, and trying to graduate high school. Somehow, this outstanding lad keeps his head above water and still has the heart to be concerned about his ailing motherís welfare.
The End of Innocence: Looking Back is a written memoir of the life of Todd M. Davidson, who has made it his mission to try and help others who may find themselves in the same situation. Although it is obvious Davidson is not a professional writer, as a role model he is top-notch, and his book is definitely a worthwhile read for those seeking insight or help with addiction.