Available formats: epub, mobi
Gary Scott is a itinerant zen mendicant who dwells largely in the shadowy netherworld of other people's imaginations — particularly that of author Scott Fitzgerald Gray, for whom Gary is a nom de plume covering Scott's lighter writings and humor.
on Aug. 03, 2011 :
Where to start? Not only a fun read, but more consuming are Gary's visual renderings of his protagonist's unique perspective: this story-world and characters within are cleverly filtered through a wonderfully conflicted hero. I laughed out loud several times, which I'm quite sure drew questionable stares from those in my favorite coffee shop. That's when I knew I was really sinking into this read. Enjoy! I sure did.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on May 15, 2011 :
A quick read and a welcome addition to the multitude of Cinderella stories on the market. This is a story of a man who realizes through a chance meeting with a young woman with the world at her feet, that his mundane, repetitious everyday life caters to everything she wants to escape from. She hates him for it and isn't shy enough to tell him so. He is smitten and the chase is on. A fresh take from a male perspective, with engaging characters (the father must be played by Sean Connery in the movie!) and a fun story makes this well worth the uber low asking price.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)