"Adam O'Fallon Price is a witty and mordant writer with substantial largeness
of heart. He's akin to Frederick Exley or a more breezy Malcolm Lowry...
[The Grand Tour] is one of the most believable American novels of the past few years,
a kind of On the Road for the lumpenproletariat." — Bookpage

"An acridly witty portrait of the artist in decline... Price is a finely trained
writer, and the novel recalls the late John O'Brien's Leaving Las Vegas in many respects." — Kirkus

"The Grand Tour gives the genre of the road novel a delightfully literary twist.
A perfect book to take on your summer travels." — The Masters Review

 

"An excellent debut novel" — Publishers Weekly

"Whether AWOL in Vietnam or floundering across the U.S., Richard Lazar
keeps us entranced with his wrong moves, warped insight and scabrous wit
throughout [Price's] supremely assured novel." — Minneapolis Star-Tribune