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It Doesn't Stay in Vegas: The Saga of The Unorthodox Gentleman Paperback – November 19, 2012
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His first book, 'It Doesn't Stay in Vegas - The Saga of The Unorthodox Gentleman', was released in 2012.
Top Customer Reviews
The author's recounting of some incidents were hilarious and can't help but be gross due to a sequence of events. This weekend getaway of four friends with diverse personalities and tastes was like a train wreck waiting to happen.
Some behavior were indeed not becoming a gentleman but it was somehow explained and justified. In some instances, I find myself agreeing or seeing things the same way, especially when it comes to physical features and first impressions. One can't help but be candid about judging others on the way they look, not when one is in the city of sin.
This tale clearly shows that in Vegas, there's a certain freedom to do whatever one wants, without consideration of others or their feelings. For example, being rude, inciting fights, heavy drinking and use of illegal substance.
In the almost end, there was a climax of great proportions (pun intended). After all the adventures and mishaps, it's understandable why "it (won't) stay in Vegas".
The story takes the reader on a trip from Canada to Vegas, where four friends engage in a pre-planned vacation of drunkenness, sex and fun. Instead, not all goes as planned and the book is filled with one comedy of errors after another.
This isn't a book for the faint of heart, and it has graphic details that could be raunchy, but aren't, because the author breaks it up with humor- and I mean humor. This book will make you laugh out loud. The author uses clever and witty dialogue throughout the book and can turn something so mundane as a credit card limit increase into something hysterical.
Throughout the wild ,edgy plots, we are exposed to the sensitive side of the narrator, who feels guilt and/or remorse for things he or his friends have done and the author does a great job of balancing the "good boy, bad boy" angle.
I highly recommend this book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Poorly written.Story line very disconnected with no real plot or purpose. I would not recommend it to anyone to read.Published 21 months ago by anthony burnett
What's to add? This is an easy, fun Book to read. I enjoy Las Vegas, and it's alway enjoyable to explore other views of "Sin City". I don't want to ruin any surprises. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Michael Bradshaw
Unfortunately, once I start a book I like to finish it even if it is terrible. I can't figure out for 100% if the main character is gay or just overly sensitive as he gets offended... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Rick Williams
The book has some decent hijinks and Vegas always makes for a good setting, but this book just didn't come off well. Read morePublished on February 5, 2014 by Will G
I quit reading this idiotic story after about thirty pages. Sounds like it was written by a horny high schooler. Don't waste your time.Published on January 13, 2014 by Amazon Customer
The book was a sad attempt of the movie hangover..with that being said the stories in it might be funny to someone who has lived a sheltered life... Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by tray thacker