When Mancow loses his dad -- his number one fan -- to cancer, he has a meltdown that takes him spiraling down Freedom Road. Thrust on a nonstop international death ride that pulls him through his past, he races the autobahn at breakneck speeds, inhales Amsterdam's pleasures, narrowly escapes an illegal visit to Castro's Cuba, suffers a near-fatal nervous breakdown, and cavorts under dog piles of women. Along the way, Mancow questions everything: "Do we already live in a police state?" "Must individual spirit be crushed?" "What does it mean to be a member of The Dead Dad's Club?" "Do you want to get laid?"
A combination of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and "Don Quixote (but with more sex), "Dad, Dames, Demons, and a Dwarf takes you on a journey that will kindle your independent spirit and knock you to the floor with laughter.
|Paperback Book, 307 pages||English|
|9780060728878||6.16 x 9.02 x 0.75 inches|
|General Entertainment Biography & Autobiography|