"… lively, often hilarious stories from a year or two in the 60's… It is really about people, their foibles and blunders and acts of greatness. The author has such an open-minded, intelligent and humor-filled outlook, that it made me want to read all of his books, no matter what the subject. Greg Palmer sees and writes with intelligence, humor, and heart, and I feel privileged to have him share this slice of his life with us."
– Better World Books
On Father's Day 2009, The Seattle Times' Pacific Northwest Magazine
published this excerpt
"Palmer makes you smell the hamburger grease, fall down laughing at the dialogue, and weep at the death of a cat. A cat! All along, as through a misty scrim at the back of a stage, you can glimpse the sadness to come, the parting of those who will never know anyone in just this way again. There's a lot more here than a batch of funny stories."
– Bob Simmons, writer/journalist