‘I learned, I laughed and I revelled in passages of exquisite prose. This is a remarkable book written by an author with a unique mind. Don’t miss it!’ Beth Haslam, International bestselling author of ‘Fat Dogs and French Estates’.
‘… an interesting and almost brutally honest memoir. … A warning here though – don’t read this book in a public place or you will have people staring at you for laughing aloud! … a wonderfully vivid style of writing … funny and fascinating and well worth reading.’ 5 out of 5 stars. Kindle review posted online October 27 2016.
‘A fascinating read and great insight into a unique mind… Mike Cavanagh has a descriptive style of writing which is extremely appealing. … I thoroughly enjoyed the book for its honesty and intelligent writing.’ 5 out of 5 stars. Kindle review posted online September 7, 2016
‘A unique and absorbing story… I really got where Mike was coming from. … this is a great read. It’s different – it’s Australian – it’s honest. … I hope he writes more.’ 5 out of 5 stars. Kindle review posted online September 9, 2016
‘… a treasure trove of memories, woven together in a vividly descriptive life tapestry. … I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is an engrossing memoir and highly recommended.’ 5 out of 5 stars. Kindle review posted online August 29, 2016
‘I really loved this warm and brutally honest look at Michael’s life in the 70s. … so many quirky, sometimes awful, sometimes hilarious encounters resonated with me beyond what I thought possible. … Some valuable thoughts for life and a wonderful read.’ 5 out of 5 stars. Kindle review posted online 26 September 2016
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