The daily diary of an ageing and often perplexed musician.
The day to day life of an ex-professional musician and the hilarious comings and goings of the peculiar residents of a block of flats in which he lives. During its course, the diary chronicles growing up in the Nineteen Fifties, the birth and demise of rock'n'roll and the hero's bewildering encounters with a world that he considers to be half mad.
"If ever a book deserved publishing, then this is it. J.P.Donleavy would be proud to have written it. I am completely hooked"
"A very enjoyable read, and a hilarious send-up of modern British Life. One of the best things I have read on Authonomy."