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The Backseat Shrink: a comedy

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Published April 28th 2020
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Readers are invited to laugh along as Dr. Lowe tries to fight his way back into his old life. Kaye takes a candid approach to satire, confronting readers with issues pertinent to present-day U.S. culture. She thrusts her larger-than-life characters into situations that will leave readers laughing, cringing and thinking “that’s too real” all at once.

Like any good satire, there are rich layers of lessons for real life that can be found under the light-hearted jokes.

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Sadie Green
Sep 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I liked it! I normally don't read humor books but an ad popped up on my Twitter feed for The Backseat Shrink. The synopsis sounded intriguing and funny. If you enjoy over-the-top comedy movies, then you'll enjoy The Backseat Shrink book. While living in his car in the middle of downtown Chicago, Dr. Lowe tries to clear his name of a scandal, but more trouble keeps finding him. I actually laughed out loud on several occasions and spit my coffee a couple times. It's one of those "so ridiculous it' ...more
Oct 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The Backseat Shrink did not disappoint! It’s a comedy with enough grit, even for an Alaska fisherman like me. A rich psychiatrist unexpectedly ends up living on the streets among shady mobsters and street people. What’s there not to like? Entertaining, funny, suspenseful, intelligent. Some scenes are overly exaggerated which might turn off some people. Personally I found the satire hilarious. After all, it’s a comedy.
Emma Weberly
Sep 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Entertaining! Super funny and original. Memorable characters and story.
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