The Storyteller

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl found himself with a lot of time on his hands given that he couldn’t hit the road and play live music. So, he sat down and wrote a book. The Storyteller isn’t your typical cradle to grave memoir, mostly given that Dave is still alive…

Reckless

Ethan Reckless is a guy you call when you’re in a jam; a jam where the cops cannot be called. Working out of an old theatre in the heart of Los Angeles, we join Ethan as he’s struggling to make ends meet with business having dried up. Out of the blue, Ethan receives a call…

An Embarrassment of Critch’s

Comedian Mark Critch returns with a follow-up to his first memoir, SON OF A CRITCH with AN EMBARASSMENT OF CRITCH’S (both great names, by the way). I received an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Hailing from St. John’s, Newfoundland, Mark knew from an early age what it was he wanted to do…

Billy Summers

Billy Summers is the guy you hire when you need to eliminate someone of ill-repute. No good guys, please. Hmm, that sounds familiar. Where have I heard that before? Ah well, it’s hard to come up with an original idea these days. Given the task of assassinating a hitman moments before he is set to…

No One Wins Alone

No One Wins Alone is the memoir of superstar NHL player, Mark Messier. I received an advanced copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. A few years ago, I told myself I would stop reading player memoirs and shift solely to books written about hockey by either journalists or sports writers. I…