Memoirs of a Flower Child
by George Geisinger
Autobiography that manages to be gripping through the fog of a worn out hippie. The author’s childhood stomping grounds were close to mine though his generation is my sister’s. I’ve been to the places this author frequented in western Pennsylvania and central Maryland so I can vouch that in the time period he recounts his memory is spot on. Speaking of cruising around on his bicycle trying to interest the ‘ladies’ of his age group while coping with trauma abuse captured my attention and had me finish it in one sitting.
You can tell some times that he went back and told the same story over again but with a slightly differing lens. When all of you are in your advancing years I hope that all of you can be as lucid. I recommend this book for anyone who wants insight into prolonged drug usage either for escape or to aid mental stability. I give this work five out of five.