Reminiscences, a memoir, is an exceptionally entertaining and uniquely humorous autobiographical account by author H. J. Daniels. This book presents in articulate writing a wide spectrum of intimate, affectionate and bold personal memories, together with serious thought-provoking comments, often infused with curious surrealistic satire. Here, narratives of the author's life happenings, brought about by the intricacies of life, are candidly told in their minutest details; a treasure trove of learning experience. All accounts are presented in a story-telling framework and a remarkably witty manner capable of enthralling adults of all ages. In addition to stories that readers could personally relate to and learn from, Daniels' memoir briefly discusses his Aramean ethnic heritage and provides real-life examples of the maltreatment of others, particularly that related to the enslavement predicament endured by thousands of young Yezidi women and girls.