Larry Feldman desperately needed a kidney. After two god-awful years on dialysis, watching his life ebb away while waiting on a transplant list behind 74,000 other Americans, the gun-toting couch potato decided to risk everything and travel to China, the controversial kingdom of organ transplants. But Larry urgently needed his cousin Daniel’s help . . . even though they had been on the outs with each other for years. So begins the quest of two star-crossed cousins to rejuvenate Larry’s failing body and ever-romantic heart, while avoiding getting tossed into a Chinese slammer.More
"Author Daniel Rose acts out his book-length stand-up comedy routine about going to China in search of a kidney for his cousin Larry. The performance is reminiscent of a nightclub act, so listeners can expect a little smut and lots of double entendres. The shrieking voice of the author/narrator creates a character for Larry and another for the sexy and not-too-innocent local guide. The girl speaks the stereotypical broken English we expect from uneducated Chinese in Hollywood movies. Frequent quotes from ungrammatical fortune cookies come preceded by the sound of a small bell. Within a short time, listeners will realize they can’t expect anything serious but may have become so caught up in the absurdity that it doesn’t matter." (AudioFile)
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