- Howie Siegel, Producer, Actor, and bon vivant
"This book has rather blown me away. It’s the best thing I’ve read in quite a while. Confessions is full of wonderful anecdotes and some truly eye-opening philosophy. I know that many people will love reading it." - - Tatiana Wilde, Literary Consultant, UK
"Absolutely fantastic read, highly informative and truly entertaining. A must read for anyone who has tried recreational drug use and even more so for those that haven't." - John Watson
"The author has playful and creative writing style. Very easy to follow. Made me question my own drug experiences." - Banjo Dunc
"I thoroughly enjoyed travelling vicariously with Jimi through this excellent memoir. The personal and personable narrative was so effective that I felt like we were conversing at his kitchen table, or perhaps, a rave afterparty." - Josh
"This book is Jimi’s homage to the psychedelic experience, a love letter to psychoactive drugs, and an entertaining account of how drugs fuelled his life long quest for rationality, reasoning human beings, and a proper cup of tea." - Greg Cummings
"The book brings you on an adventure, a twist between Anthony Bourdain in Kitchen Confidential, and Hunter S. Thompson in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas but with a smarter more ethical approach to the life and use of drugs." - Shawn
In his new book, Jimi Fritz takes us on a journey both geographical and philosophical, while sharing a half-century of adventures in buying, selling and consuming psychedelic drugs. Along the way we learn the difference between smart drugs and dumb drugs, the truth about religion, and how to make a perfect cup of tea.
The book outlines Fritz's fifty-year journey in buying, selling and experimenting with psychedelic drugs while traveling the world.
He is also a filmmaker, musician, chef, writer, director and bon-vivant.