Equally funny and poignant, Poole’s memoir-in-essays is like David Sedaris by way of Judd Apatow.
A courageous and boldly honest memoir. Eric Poole says things people feel but would never admit to, which makes him vulnerable and endearing.
It’s a runaway charmer, hands down.
A witty, observant, deliciously satisfying autobiography.
It begins as a hilarious read, and ends as a profoundly touching tale of traumas and triumphs. I ADORED it.
It made me jump up and down and holler ’Yummy’, like my grandmother Mary Lucille’s red velvet cake!
An absolute must-read book for the outcast in all of us, WHERE’S MY WAND is hilarious and heartfelt. I could not put this book down. It’s a rare treat.
A touching and RIOTOUSLY funny story about one boy’s search for his personal and creative identities. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll keep your jazz hands to yourself, Mister!
Eric Poole unfurls his shag carpeted, Match Game-lovin’ 70’s childhood with incredible wit and honesty. Light up a Winston, open a Tab and tuck in!
Oh, my… Eric Poole’s journey of self-delusion and self-discovery had me laughing one minute, crying the next, and rooting for him every second. This charming book is a TV series waiting to happen!