The Harmon Chronicles

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ECW Press, 2002 - Humor - 252 pages
3 Reviews
Leon is kind of like Tom Green, except that Leon is smart, and funny, and should have his own TV show. — Malice Inc. This hilarious collection of anecdotal essays explores the absurdities of modern American life. Harmon Leon is a cutting-edge prankster who infiltrates one lifestyle after the next, takes each to the absolute extreme, and reports back with his findings. From attending the regional semifinals of "America’s Most Beautiful Baby Contest" to getting a job at a fast-food restaurant with the sole goal of getting himself fired in three hours or less, Leon exposes the day-to-day ridiculousness of the American Way. This book drags the highs and lows of contemporary American existence into the light for public scrutiny.
  

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User Review  - Sandra Varley - Goodreads

Favorite Quote- "We will depart on an epic expedition reminiscent of Homer's Odyssey but without those pesky Greeks. I will set out like a brave knight on a crusade for truth, bringing you, my little Sancho Panza along for the ride." Read full review

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User Review  - Kalah - Goodreads

This book had an unforgiving amount of typos for a published work. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
Section 1
13
Section 2
37
Section 3
83
Section 4
115
Section 5
155
Section 6
177
Section 7
193
Section 8
213
Section 9
239
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About the author (2002)

Harmon Leon is an award-winning author, performer, and former senior writer for National Lampoon. His latest book, The Infiltrator, was released in 2006, and his writing credits for print and television include NPR, National Geographic, Maxim, Cosmopolitan, The BBC, and Showtime Television Network. He lives and works in San Francisco.

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