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Yes, the famous Whiskey Robber is out of prison, and I had met him.
The book is really good, exciting, but not sure how accurate.
This seemed alternately too true to be funny and too funny to be true. It's a fascinating look at the changing political scene in Hungary as Communism falls and a second-rate... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carolyn J. Rose
Read it on vacation. Light hearted and funny as well as poignant. Recommend it for hockey fans and those who enjoy characters!Published 2 months ago by William J Roche
I've read this book twice over the years and I really cannot get enough of it. It is by far one of the most fascinating stories that no one really knows about. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Niko Bellic
Read this book while touring Budapest and Hungary. Actually stopped by a couple of the banks the Whiskey Robber made withdrawals.Published 4 months ago by Peg
One of the funniest books I've ever read. Up there with Confederacy of Dunces and Catch-22 on my list of all time favorites. Read morePublished 5 months ago by P. Pray
I have read this book in 1 day. I grew up in the same area as Attila, was born about 50 KM from his home town of Csikszereda. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Las Lugosi
I read this book in 2010 while living as an expat in Budapest. Another American put it in my hands and told me: You gotta read this book! Seriously funny, good, and TRUE stuff. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jessica
I never finished this book. Even though it came highly recommended, I couldn't get into it and never finished it.Published 7 months ago by Alice D. Lauten