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'Readers of Geist's vintage will enjoy sauntering through his formative summers and perhaps

recall some of their own on the way.'―--Booklist'A tenderhearted remembrance...Geist's

entertaining account of life in a resort town in the 1960s will certainly resonate with folks of his

generation, and will offer younger readers a glimpse into a bygone era.'―--Publishers Weekly

'Geist's writing is consistently nostalgic as he shows how those carefree summers helped mold

him into the man he became. The book is a quick, pleasant read that effectively reflects how his

time at the lodge showed him that 'life is more difficult and rewarding and fun when you manage to

do things your way.' Old-fashioned, wistful stories that will appeal to fans of Geist's previous

books.'―--Kirkus'It is a sure sign that a book is worthwhile if you can sense the author is having

fun writing it. [Geist] just sits down to chat a while. More books should celebrate unbridled

nostalgia like this one does.'―--The Florida Times Union'Funny, poignant, and memorable, Bill

Geist's memoir of his summers in the distant Ozarks -- distant in space and now in time -- is an

entertaining and illuminating journey into the past of a fascinating man and an always-intriguing

country. It's too bad we can't all get a rubber tomahawk and a Lake of the Ozarks ashtray with

each purchase of the book, but life's taught us that you can't have everything.'―--Jon Meacham,

Pulitzer Prize-winning author ofThe Soul of America'Lake of the Ozarks is the hilarious

account by Bill Geist of his bizarre coming-of-age in a 'different' place and time. The lunacy is

infectious. Prepare to laugh, a lot.'―--Jane Pauley, host,CBS Sunday Morning'This book is not

affiliated in any way with the show Ozark, streaming now on Netflix...except for the parts you might

like. Those we'll take credit for.'―--Jason Bateman,Ozark'Geist has written an amusing,

charming tribute . . . an accomplished storyteller has filled this book with vignettes that make this

time in American culture come back to life.'―St. Louis Post-Dispatch'In his charming new book,

[Geist] has perfectly captured what middle-class life was like in the midcentury American Midwest .

. . a meaningful and accurate rendering of times past.'―New York Times Book Review Bill

Geist is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books, including City Slickers, Little

League Confidential, The Big Five-Oh, Fore! Play!, and Way Off the Road. Geist has won

numerous Emmys and in 2011 was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for the

hundreds of 'singular, informative, entertaining' pieces he has done since joining CBS in 1987. He

was awarded the Bronze Star for his service as a combat photographer in Vietnam in 1969. In


2018 he retired from CB

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