Book Review: Ohman's "Angler Management"

In the Sacramento Bee, Sam McManis offers a short review of Jack Ohman’s hilarious new combination of cartoons and essays, saying it “contains no deep thoughts, no searing epiphanies, very little in the way of transformative midlife-crisis observations. That’s what makes it such a refreshing, enjoyable read.”
You can read a sample chapter from Ohman’s new book — “Gear We Don’t Use” — on MidCurrent.

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