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le 25 septembre 2013
Grant's wild, rambunctious and very funny autobiography begins at age 9 in the 4th grade, and sweet "Cynthia" is his first love. From there, things move along at a rapid, unpredictable and often hilarious pace. Grant's story is a constant reminder that the combination of honesty and humor are guaranteed to entertain. Who ever said an author can't be funny and wise? There is a kind of Zen wisdom found throughout this autobiography.
I share with this author the fact that we are both Vietnam Veterans: He served in our beloved Marine Corps; I served as a Navy officer in the Medical Service Corps -- attached to the 1st Marine Division. So this autobiography describes some heartfelt and heart-wrenching events as well as plenty of belly laughs.
Along the way, the reader will meet some unforgettable characters, like "Harry." Of course, the most interesting character of all is the author!
I highly recommend buying and reading this most entertaining book.
Raymond Keen - author of "Love Poems for Cannibals"