Surfing Armageddon

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Beginning where his last memoir left off, George Tabb recounts a humour and pathos-filled teenage tale of growing up and overcoming abuse. Called the David Sedaris of Punk, by Resonance Magazine , George Tabb picks up where his last acclaimed memoir, Playing Right Field , left off, crafting teenage tale of growing up, losing one's virginity and overcoming abuse. His maniacal father Lester enlists him to take the family SUV all the way down I-95 - with a trailer of pissed-off horses in tow. He survives the journey only to find a hostile school environment (where he convinces the entire football team he has a bionic arm) and a bizarre home environment (where the egomaniacal Lester has evicted a group home for retarded children in order to enact his well-financed dream of reconstructing the mansion from Gone with the Wind.) Through it all George focuses on what's saved teens with bad families for generations: the seemingly impossible quest to get laid. With the help of the Ramones, the Rocky Horror Picture Show and Tommy God's Gift to Women Corn, Tabb gets a life.