||MACHINE-GUNNED BY the Luftwaffe on his way home from school in 1940, growing up in war-torn and post-war Britain, Mike George humorously lets us join in his riotous boyhood romps, teenage gropes, relationships, and army service in Korea and Gibraltar, while offering some outrageous views on life, love and the price of frogs. An absolute must for anyone who fancies their fancy tickled by hilarious reminiscences, belly laughs galore, provocative reflections and graphic scenarios. An outstanding new work by a sophisticated writer who amongst all his other uproarious adventures once even got to dance with the young Brigitte Bardot in a Spanish cellar. You'd be doing yourself an enormous and unforgettable favour to read about all this, and everything else he got up to along the way. Enjoy!