I enjoyed the fact that I could read a few stories and put the book down.
Many of the stories were so lackluster or routine that I didn't understand how anyone could possibly think it would be of interest.
This is a great book that shows what people really do in Las Vegas....all that it takes is money and someone to arrange it for you.
Billed as a good companion to Waiter Rant (a fabulous book) and the Anthony Bourdain classic Kitchen Confidential this "book" was more of a bad Reddit than an actual book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by B. Smith
I WAS SO VERY INTERESTED IN READING THIS BOOK, UNTIL I STARTED READING IT. NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT THIS BOOK AT ALL. I DON'T THINK I EVEN CRACKED A SMILE. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lillian Leah
Please please please...do not waste your money on this terrible book..the book is filled with corney little 2nd grade stories.. Read morePublished 13 months ago by tray thacker
I met the author, Mariann, about a year ago. She has been my neighbor and that is how I found out about the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Cush
Anyone who has been to Las Vegas will appreciate this book. I enjoyed the fact that I could read a few stories and put the book down.Published 17 months ago by Bob Evans
The things that people ask for and get really make this book, great reading interesting stories and the personalities behind them.Published 18 months ago by Shellbee
The city and experience of Las Vegas cultivates a very forbidden image of a manufactured landscape of hidden naughty promise. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Pugwash
Doesn't really tell the inside story about the thing and people request most often from a concierge, (drugs and sex), a PG rated look, I would skip thisPublished 18 months ago by Gary Case
Not juicy or enlightning. Expected more and was definitely dissapointed. Would not recomend this book. I am sorry I bought it.Published 18 months ago by Leslie F. Gatchel