Review "Profane on its surface, ethical at its core, and always fun . . ." Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)
" . . . a talk show host who can hold his own as a literary storyteller . . . [An] impressive debut novel . . ." The Los Angeles Times
"Witty, furiously paced, and frequently hysterical." People Magazine
" . . . particularly sharp and funny. . . a caustic yet ebullient picaresque that approaches the sacred by way of the profane." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
". . . filled with many surprises . . ." The New York Times
". . . [A] strange, funny, profane, surreal, and surprisingly moving first novel." Booklist
". . . fresh, ribald, incisive, and a fine read." The Baltimore Sun
". . . often says more about love and life in one paragraphthan some books sayin100pages.Afterreadingit,you willknowCraig Ferguson is not a talk-show host moonlighting as an author it might be the otherwayaround."Mitch Albom
"An unequivocal whoop of enthusiasm . . . Buy this book. Read it. You'll thank me." LawrenceBlock --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author Craig Ferguson was born in Glasgow and moved to the United States in 1995. He worked his way through the entertainment industry as a drummer, comedian, actor, and director, and has written three motion pictures, The Big Tease, Saving Grace, and I'll Be There. He lives in Los Angeles. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.