A very influential New York City pop culture guru finds himself running for his life after his review of a mob-owned restaurant makes it the most popular, hippest place in town.
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A cute story... No Godfather... but good anyway!
The bumbling "Wise Guys" who manage to screw everything up. It was like the Mafia answer to Abbott & Costello
When he discovers "Walt", the street clown, is the long-lost brother of the Don
I've heard nearly all of Al's narrations. I'm a fan of his stuff. This is somewhere in the middle. Not his best but not as bad as some caustic reviewers would have you believe. Remember, a narrators work needs to be approved by the author, so if something sounds misplaced to you... apparently the author didn't think so.
I'm not sure... but I did anyway... On a flight back from Rome... That's what audiobooks do best!
Moving to The Starlight Club next!
GREAT STORY BUT A LITTLE BIT SHORT
No, only because it was a great story, and it really didn't leave anything on the table
I guess when the clown is in the scene to me he was kinda a scene steal-er. Come on you cant go wrong with a racist drunk old smelly clown.
I guess his Don voice or his drunk clown voice, but i really didn't like his kid or girl voices. I will say he tried tho which is awesome and helps with getting immersed in the book.
neither honestly just a good story.
felt like this book was a little bit to short