Much like his beloved - and somewhat decrepit - cars, Liam Samolis (NOT his real name; that was changed in order to protect his wife and children from ridicule on the off chance some of their friends will read his work) is hurtling towards 50 with the brakes failing. The painful loss of his father leads Liam to look back at his life as he contemplates the legacy he is leaving his own children; resulting in a hilarious, often self-deprecating, and ALWAYS brutally, side-splittingly, honest glimpse at the path that has led him to become the man that he is. With stories about growing up as a painfully shy child in England, going to an all-boys' school, and what can only be described as the most uproariously hysterical bar scene EVER written, Liam also recounts his days as a police officer, the births of his children, and saying goodbye to his father. What began as a legacy to his children will send readers into peals of raucous laughter, likely leading them to tears and other unexpected bodily functions. If you read one book this year, Signs of (a) Life should be it - nowhere else will you be so moved by a man simply living.When my car stopped, it was so violent that I thought Ia#39;d hit him, and for a second I thought I might poo my pants . Dressed in a ... For a second, a look of sheer panic spread across his face, and he turned away and raised the pace . He jinkedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Signs of (a) Life|
|Publisher||:||FriesenPress - 2015-07-08|