If you're the kind of person who has been blessed with a charmed career and family life, never had to worry about money, and never been the brunt of small town gossip or office politics, you might not be able to relate to this book. But if you're like the rest of us, you will find yourself reflected back in the pages of "Scary, man."
The book's hero, Griffin Donnelley, at first glance appears to be a crass bull in a china shop, but underneath the bluster lies a sensitive family man who is just trying his best to solider through life. Sometimes tragic, other times humorous, "Scary, man" is unflinching in it's portrayal of Griffin's life as it goes from bad to worse and then back again.
Reflective of our society today when many are finding themselves recreating their lives and careers due to the struggling economy and technology driven landscape, Griffin in a man for the millennium-- a man who reaps both the hard knocks and rewards inherent in living an out of the box existence.
A fast read brimming with honesty that forces you to re-examine yourself, "Scary Man," is a book worth reading.