“Funny, profound, and astoundingly witty.”

– Goodreads


‘Forensic memoir’ of a small-town kid with family issues and bipolar genes who dreams of cities, happiness, and fame. He crosses paths with all three in a coast-to-coast timeline of surprising people, unpredictable events, and accidental discoveries.
“4 stars” – Amazon
“Like every good satirist, he has a slightly different perspective than the rest of the world…a sharp eye for the vagaries and oddities of life.”  – Bill Clotworthy (“Dr. No”) censor, Saturday Night Live
“A heartfelt, hilarious look back in time. Baby Boomers will find a kindred spirit.”  – Tim Walsh,Timeless Toys; Toyland
“Garry Lee’s observations have never ceased to amaze me. On the radio or ruminating in print or on the Internet, he has a valuable, unique voice. And he’s laugh-out-loud funny.”  – Adam Buckman,; JERK: How I Wasted My Life Watching Television
“Curl up with it like a favorite song on the radio.”  – Tom Clavin, Last Men Out; Gil Hodges
“Garry is one of the funniest and smartest guys I know, and also one of the most generous. When I was unable to afford a couch, he gave me his. It was missing a leg and required a soup can for support. But he also gave me the soup can.”  – Charlie Meyerson  @Meyerson
“A neat book.”  – Goodreads


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