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Publisher's Summary

Worlds collide when a time traveling New York mobster travels to ancient Egypt, before the Great Pyramids are constructed. He brings the Pharaoh many small, insignificant, unassuming, modern items like an iPod, a six-pack of beer, and the Encyclopedia entry "How the Great Pyramids were really built".
Does he change the course of history, or does he set the present course while becoming an Egyptian God? Think about it. What would happen if a Tony Soprano type could travel in time? Find out, download today!
©2015 Michael G Uva (P)2015 Michael G Uva
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By Sergio Castillo on 09-18-15

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Would you consider the audio edition of E-Jipped!: The Mobster Who Prompted the Pyramids! to be better than the print version?

I like the audio version because it adds more to the story in a way which it was meant to be told. Thee audio version is also always with me on my phone and can be accessed in the most inconvenient situations when extra time that i have not planned for is given.

What other book might you compare E-Jipped!: The Mobster Who Prompted the Pyramids! to and why?

Reminded me of The Sopranos , The story is very well put together and an easy read.

Which scene was your favorite?

Not to spoil the story but my favorite part of the book is when you start realizing how everything starts to come together.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I would not change the original tag line of " The Mobster Who Prompted the Pyramids!"

Any additional comments?

This is a great read for any film enthusiast, the structure of Mr.Uvas books are in a sense a reminder of a script. But at the same time you still get the novel part It takes reading books closer to the next level of watching a film. The stories are also jam packed with facts that I would have not otherwise been exposed to, I found myself constantly searching and reading about new things because this book simply made a statement or a comment about something I had not known. One last reason I would recommend this book is because of the length is a short novel and can be done with quickly as opposed to bigger lengthy novels .

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