In Ryan Seacrest is Famous, Dave Housley lovingly skewers pop culture -- and our obsession with it -- in all its benign yet bizarre, addictive and addled glory. With a keen
wit and knowing eye for detail, he depicts a still-living Jack Kerouac as an infomercial fitness icon, a man literally driven
crazy by the fact that Ryan Seacrest is famous, young obsessive compulsive whose
roommates start a movement based around the movie Fight Club, and other casualties of the pop culture wars. Serious fiction with pop
sensibility, Ryan Seacrest is Famous will delight fans of Road House and On
the Road alike.