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In his first book, Mike Bouley brings readers through the turbulent, fright-filled and hysterical escapades of a young man growing up in a seemingly always dark New England. Without real issues and threats to fear, the author focuses on the irrational terrors that plagued him as a child. From encounters with mythic-sized little league pitchers, deformed and crazed recluses In his first book, Mike Bouley brings readers through the turbulent, fright-filled and hysterical escapades of a young man growing up in a seemingly always dark New England. Without real issues and threats to fear, the author focuses on the irrational terrors that plagued him as a child. From encounters with mythic-sized little league pitchers, deformed and crazed recluses and the ever present fear of a public pants soiling, these tales of woe are sure to bring a smile and a sense of pity to every reader's heart. Sometimes touching, frequently scary, and always entertaining, these true-life events will make you remember your own adolescence and the all too real sense of dread we all faced at one time or another.


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In his first book, Mike Bouley brings readers through the turbulent, fright-filled and hysterical escapades of a young man growing up in a seemingly always dark New England. Without real issues and threats to fear, the author focuses on the irrational terrors that plagued him as a child. From encounters with mythic-sized little league pitchers, deformed and crazed recluses In his first book, Mike Bouley brings readers through the turbulent, fright-filled and hysterical escapades of a young man growing up in a seemingly always dark New England. Without real issues and threats to fear, the author focuses on the irrational terrors that plagued him as a child. From encounters with mythic-sized little league pitchers, deformed and crazed recluses and the ever present fear of a public pants soiling, these tales of woe are sure to bring a smile and a sense of pity to every reader's heart. Sometimes touching, frequently scary, and always entertaining, these true-life events will make you remember your own adolescence and the all too real sense of dread we all faced at one time or another.

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