Bryan's Brain: Volume I by Bryan Healey

Bryan's Brain: Volume I

Come with me and explore my crazy brain, discovering my wild attempts at going back in time, cloning dinosaurs, starting private militaries, purchasing mountains, flying to Mars, making movies, selling videogames, and playing professional baseball. You'll laugh, you'll cry, but mostly you won't care about any of it. But read it anyway, because you'll hurt my feelings if yo...

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Bryan's Brain: Volume I Reviews

  • James
    Bryan's Brain was a book I could definitely relate to and it brought back memories of my youth. I felt I was reading a book about me except for the part about being could at sports and being in shape. I especially agreed with him about being a child of divorced parents. 2 birthdays, 2 Christmas', 2 ...
  • Holly
    A highly enjoyable, extremely funny anthology of essays from Bryan Healey. Bryan leads us through a childhood full of obsessions....ranging from his attempts to build a time machine out of his mother's minivan, to deciding to buy his own private mountain, and his life's goal of opening his own dinos...
  • Geri
    I really enjoyed reading about this overly obsessive, admittedly geeky boy. I had to keep checking the cover to make sure my son hadn't written this book as he is the same age and was very much like Bryan. I loved the whole book but my favorite memories are...1. Wanting to use his dads car to make a...
  • Alisha
    I won this book in a goodreads giveaway contest. Honestly, although the cover is a little boring, the font somewhat strange, the paragraph format odd; this book was highly enjoyable. For anyone who grew up in the late 80's and 90's it's likely to be very nostalgic, as the narrator brings up a lot of...
  • Jeremy Lasda
    I had won this novel, memoir if you will, in a Goodreads Giveaway, and to be honest, I was not sure what to expect. I do not read many memoirs so I was not sure how I would feel. In the end, I thought this memoir was excellent. It brought me back to memories of my own childhood. It had me laughing, ...
  • Marian
    I love reading memoirs and personal essays so I was really excited to win this book from goodreads. The quote on the cover and the text on the back cover are intriguing enough to pull anyone in.What I enjoyed about this book is the way Bryan tells stories. He takes snippets of his childhood and rete...
  • Pam K.
    Cute, Witty little tales of Bryan's younger years. From playing Superman, to baseball tales, to heading off to college. All in playful, fun anecdotes. I can remember myself doing some of these things or even my children. All told with the greatest imagination and descriptions to make you smile the w...
  • Read2review
    Bryan’s Brain is a comedic series of short stories of the life of Bryan Healey. He details a bunch of episodes in his rather entertaining life. I found it to be humorous and I found myself stifling laughter (which would have been strange given my circumstances) multiple times. I really did enjo...
  • Ike Hedge
    I'm giving this book two stars. One of them is because I got it for free, and free things are great. The other one is because some how he managed to get this book published. This is nothing short of something that plays too heavily on the "I don't care but I do care but I'm a loser and trying to loo...

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