"A series of rueful, witty and occasionally heartwrenching stories about riding the bus in L.A. These are folks living on the margin between nothing and everything, stuck between Rodeo Drive and The Highway To Nowhere. Doyle's gift is in capturing those tiny dramatic moments that linger for a brief moment on the periphery of vision. He has a Zen-like ability to cut through the bullshit and get to the heart of the matter (and everything matters), he finds consequence in the inconsequential. He's Bukowski without the nasty streak. And he's real good. Highly recommended." -- Marc Campbell, Dangerous Minds
"...a poet's gift for the carefully-chosen detail and a playwright's gift for dialogue that rings true yet has a sense of both menace and comedy, like in an Edward Albee play. This is 21st Century America. Someone who wants to understand this age 100 or 200 years from now should read this book. It's all here."
-- Bill Shute, Kendra Steiner Editions
"The poet laureate of public transportation." -- Josh Alan Friedman, author of Black Cracker