If I want to enjoy a novel, I have to enjoy the author's voice. To enjoy a memoir, I have to enjoy the author's voice and, in some way, relate to his story. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve Ochs
Merchant great, fast shipping and arrived quickly. The book itself has a couple funny insights, but more of a hack comedian's take on serious health problemsPublished 12 months ago by Steppenwolf
Good read, funny and informative, but not hilarious for depressed hypochondriacs. The author make a shortcut for the roads that you may try to travel.Published 18 months ago by Ibrahim Faiq Habash
Brian Frazer is a good writer, I really enjoyed Hyper-Condriac. I could totally relate to anxiety and how it affects your life. He is funny in a neurotic kinda way.Published 19 months ago by Tracie Priest
This is Brian's life, what goes on. He lives in my cul-de sac, here among the characters and wildlife that make the hills above Hollywood alive and Darwinian. And yet he thrives. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Arthur Sellers
Loved this book at Mr. Fraser's expense unfortunately. This was a great mix of humor with enough truthfulness that I was sorry to read the last sentence. Read morePublished on March 29, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I loved "Hyper-chroniac: One Man's Quest to Hurry Up and calm Down by Brian Frazer. The subtitle tells the story. Read morePublished on February 24, 2013 by C. Wong
very well written.
I read this book many years ago,
and now that I think about it,
I want to read it again. and I don't do that a lot at all!!