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Product Details

  • Paperback: 226 pages
  • Publisher: Bluff Place Publishing (February 18, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0615451926
  • ISBN-13: 978-0615451923
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #476,021 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Author Robert Randolph was born and raised in Ingelwood, California. A product of a studio family, I thought it was normal to grow up and be around movie stars in LA, or at my local spas. What's not normal is to do it and then write a book about it. I'm breaking the secret code. I'm writing about the stars that have shared deep secrets with me. I am no longer in the secret spa circle, but I am confident that after you read my story, you'll understand my reasoning and motivation behind my book, "You'll Never Spa In This Town Again."

More About the Author

I was born and raised in Inglewood,California. I have lived in Los Angeles all my life. With the release of my first book "You"ll Never Spa In This Town Again" I suddenly found myself thrust into the media spotlight, the book at the center of the "Travolta Massage Scandal" is what the media was saying. John Travolta was in hiding, and my book is where everybody was turning to for insider information. before I knew it CBS Insider and Inside Edition, to name just a few were wanting to talk to me about my book. I told the truth and if by doing so I inspired others to do the same that makes me very happy. I am currently working on two books, my higly anticipated follow up "Tracking Travolta" and another subject that is very dear to my heart, a subject very few people know of "Hitlers Secret LGBT Holocaust" it is a very heart wrenching story that has been left in the dark for to long, and it has been a passion of mine for the last ten years to bring this book to life.

Customer Reviews

I would recommend it for easy reading.
Sharon K. Nichols
I can't come up with any other explanation of why on earth he would want to right a book like this.
Betta Lady
I am not even 60 pages into reading this book and honestly don't know if I can finish it.
MovieManTN

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26 of 34 people found the following review helpful By DonMac VINE VOICE on April 12, 2012
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I decided to indulge my gossipy side and take this one for a ride. Unfortunately, all of the tires are flat.

How can something that promises so much salaciousness be so boring and bad? We all pretty much know the Travolta deal and there is no new news here. In fact, it's page after page of almost the exact same thing just with a different date or chapter title. Another reviewer commented on the writing skill here and he was very accurate. It's almost painful. It's like a kid decided to write a book and was earnest about the endeavor, but wasn't smart enough to ask for help. There are so many "fateful" nights and days in this book that, had I seen that description one more time, I was going to hurl the thing at somebody.

Please save your money. The author seems even creepier than Travolta. He must have run out of money for his daily spa visits.
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28 of 37 people found the following review helpful By LN on May 15, 2012
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Bought this book because I wanted to know more about John Travolta in light of the current scandal. Frankly, Travolta has always grossed me out, from even the Welcome Back Kotter days, and the allegations here are not surprising. When Jett died, I always thought something was fishy about that and I could tell they were embarrassed of his disability. This is confirmed in the book.

The book is pretty graphic and not suitable for children. But I do applaud the author for writing it. Everyone has a right to their story and a right to tell their story. These egotistical and controlling people who try to shut people up by beating them up or threatening them or paying them off for their silence, should really take a look at their behavior and not blame the observer with a story to tell. Time for humanity to grow up, and start treating each other better.

Robert's writing is not the best, but the man was almost beaten to death and had a serious head injury, he is lucky to be alive. All in all, at least someone is telling the truth. Come out already Travolta! People don't care if you are gay ... it is your dishonesty and callousness that is bothersome.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By rdg on January 22, 2013
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The book seems to be more a statement about the author as a delusional and crazed stalker, than about John Travolta. The sickness is with Mr Randolph, Not Travolta.
Lot's of guys on the down-low out there.. no surprise, However, the fact that this man has such an obsession with John Travolta is very disturbing in it's own right.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Caramelo on December 20, 2012
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This has to be the worse written book, save your money. There may have been some truth to the story about spa hookups and double lives of men, but the author appear to be a of stalker of John Travolta.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By kmenk on February 23, 2013
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This book was horrible. Poorly written, repeating the same things over and over, seemed false. If I wanted to tell a celeb's secrets and prove what a perv they were in the spa's, the fastest way would be to take pics. Where are they? Don't waste your money
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. CICIO on December 15, 2012
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Well, sorry I purchased this.. I did want to know about John Travolta but it was over the top, talking about the bath houses and his dalliances there. I wanted more of the story, less of John and his let's say, preoccupation. Would NOT recommend this.
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18 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Rewind on April 5, 2012
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This entire book could have been covered in about 2 pages... Its the same stuff OVER AND OVER, literally. I dont care that its salacious, but I DO care that the writer (who clearly wrote these glowing reviews) continues to express outrage, disgust, and disbelief at what is "going on" in these spa environments. This guy (the writer) messes around in these places, yet is so morally indignant that Mr Travolta is doing the SAME thing. I have more of a problem with the writer literally climbing his way through these spas (unapologetically using these employees to get the dirt on JT)... He is a user and a hypocrite (and thanks his parents at the end of the book for subsidizing all these years of spa-attendance). I mean, they must be so proud of their kid! What does this guy do for a living that allows him the TIME to put in at these places, much less the time to plot and scheme the way he gleefully does)? In short, I was hoping to get some amusement out of this book, but instead I was just so embarrassed for the writer. Not that anyone deserves to be beaten the way he was, but whether or not the story is true or not, he comes off as so SMARMY and SMUG I felt no sympathy. Would have been much more palatable if this tale was written well. There's some potential there for this to be a trashy guilty pleasure. He should have collaborated or something. Blecch. I dont think Travolta has anything to worry about, even if the allegations are true... The writer comes off as the "pitiable" one.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stacy TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 30, 2013
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I am still not 100% sure why I bought this book. I think it was the pain medications from my knee surgery. Regardless, I ended up with the Kindle version, and not wanting to waste the money that I spent, I forced myself to read the text in its entirety. Boy, was that an experience.

Whether you choose to believe the details that the author presents or not, you will be painfully aware of the author's lack of writing experience. The chapters are (mercifully) short and the writing is juvenile, at best. The point of the book is to "out" John Travolta, a star who has been questioned by many over the years as to his true sexual inclinations. Personally, I could care less who he truly prefers; a person's sex life is personal. That being said, the author justifies his tale by stating that Mr. Travolta cavorted publicly in various Los Angeles spas. He uses the dalliances of Mr. Travolta in the eyes of the numerous spa clientele as background for his admitted obsession with the actor. As time passes, however, he comes to realize just how shallow and sex-obsessed Mr. Travolta is, even going as far as saying the actor was behind his near-death beating at the hands of a coked-out spa patron. Needless to say, this book is chock full of details about these spas, and if you are able to make it to the end, you will have a lot to mull over.

The problem with the book is the horrible narrative. The author admits early on that he wanted to become John Travolta's boyfriend, so he joined a spa. While there, one of the masseuses put him on a rigid plan to get into shape so that he would be the perfect catch for Mr. Travolta.
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