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Jimmy DiFrenzo is the head of one of the Figarazzi family, one of the toughest mob families around. He loves his gabagool, his gold chains, and his chest hair. He lives in a nice suburban home with his adoring wife and child. The perfect, yet hackneyed, life of a Sicilian American. But he has secrets.
Blondie is a spoiled little rich girl who always gets her way. When her life becomes tedious, she begins a life of breaking into random homes. She never steals anything; she's in it for the excitement. All is going swimmingly, till she finds herself the wrong house.
"Someone''s been using my hair gel!"
"Someone's been eating my gabagool!"
"Someone's been sleeping on my couch! And there she is!"
Just who is this blond bitch that has broken into Jimmy's home? Did she really pick the wrong house, or does she have a plan? Perhaps she has secrets, too. Come witness this remix of an age-old classic. This ain't your grandma's fairy tale
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By DK on 01-09-18
An Eccentric Twist on Goldilocks Tale
B is for Bear
An eccentric twist on Goldilocks and the 3 Bears. Only the main characters are of Sicilian descent. It kept my interest but I'm not sure that I will seek another 'an alphabet book for grown-ups!' Perhaps I would have appreciated it more if I had any idea what 'gabagool' is.
David S Dear gave a steady performance
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By Paul A. Luedecke on 02-23-18
Everyone loves gagabool
What made the experience of listening to B is for Bear the most enjoyable?
A new take on the 3 bears, with a bored teenager and a lot of gagabool. Richard always provides an interesting take.
Any additional comments?
All of Marc Richard's books have an oddness to them that, if one is so inclined to the odd, is easy to appreciate, simply for the out there way he comes up with the tales. The narrator, David S. Dear, does a great job in keeping up the tongue-in-cheek absurdity of it all.
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