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When I bought this book, I thought it was a non-fiction memoir of a jockey. But it turned out to be what is called a graphic novel. Needless to say, I was disappointed.
The story proceeds as if it is a true-life story of Ronny Kleinberg. This is an alias. The book opening says names and places has been changed for obvious reasons. That also hooked me into thinking it was a memoir. The story is about drugs, gambling and fixed races. Ronnie is a Jew and son of a holocaust survivor. There is some information about the problems of children of holocaust survivors.
The book is well written. But I was so disappointed to find out it was fiction and not a real memoir that I was turned off. If I went into reading the book knowing it was fiction, I might have liked it.
The book is just over four hours. Paddy McMahon does a good job narrating the book.
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