It's hilarious and terrifying and an amazing story of survival told in George's true voice.
Surfing Armageddon is easily George Tabb's best work so far,and if you've read his columns and last book,you know that's saying alot.
Well, maybe not sense but perspective at least... This book reads more like a novel than his previous effort.
but I don't think Amazon would allow me to use it in a review.
Surfing Armageddon: A Memoir is a, well, a memoir. Read more
Surfing Armageddon is easily George Tabb's best work so far,and if you've read his columns and last book,you know that's saying alot. Read morePublished on May 16, 2006 by B.Murphy
I've been addicted to George Tabb now for almost 6years. It started with MRR, then Playing Right Field, and now, here comes his biggest masterpiece Surfing Armageddon. Read morePublished on April 24, 2006 by K. Theriault
This is by the best written work that George Tabb has ever done. It's fun, funny, serious, heartwrenching and entertaining as all hell. I can't recommend this enough.Published on April 18, 2006 by Jonnie Whoa Oh
I first got turned onto George Tabb's writing many moons ago, I was about fifteen and had just discovoured Punk Rock, a friend who was a little older and wiser to the scene bought... Read morePublished on April 9, 2006 by Ms. F. Levy
If you spent your high school years reading MRR, you know how utterly hilarious George Tabb is. Fans of his afforementioned columns, or his last book, Playing Right Field, should... Read morePublished on April 6, 2006 by Brian K. Levake
Hilarious, poignant and honest as ever. In "Surfing Armageddon," George picks up where he left off in "Playing Right Field. Read morePublished on April 5, 2006 by Bookworm Girl