24 pages of achingly bittersweet awesome from everyone’s favorite bassist from psychedelic rock band, The Gentle Art of Floating. This book is rated Mature Eyes Only.

The Good
This is a neat little compilation of honest stories, and you may just find yourself relating to one. Even if you can’t, they are tales about life that you can get a laugh from.  With sections involving everything from working at a sex shop, to the woes of school, the stories are certainly meant to entertain.  The newspaper comic style you don’t usually see in a book suits the approach to storytelling.

The Bad
Although some of the stories you may be able to relate to, not everyone will be able to appreciate all of the topics discussed.  In all fairness though, there is the mature reader warning before you begin.

The Summary
If you have an open mind and are looking for a fun, quick read, this could be up your alley.  It’s almost like the Sunday funnies for big kids.  As
a collection of events from the creator’s life, it doesn’t limit itself to any certain fan base either.  I could see myself reading more of these in the future for a good chuckle.

For more information on Eric Gorman and his work, check out Literati Press.

Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book in exchange for this review. No actual eggs were harmed in the making of this review and all thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.

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