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High Heels and Dirty Deals - Globetrotting Tales of Debauchery from a binge-drinking Nymphomaniac Paperback – January 20, 2009
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About the Author
The following is a true documentary of a typical four day trip of mayhem and debauchery a few years back. Seeing as there are dirty bankers, gangsters, brothels, drugs, guns, and few laws or morals respected, the participants names and conspicuous details have been changed to avoid an early dirt nap. Nostrovia.
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When painting a scene, he draws you in with long flowing adjectives and metaphors, scathing funny descriptions of people and events, followed by a build up into the unexpected punch line. I mean LOL funny lines by the hundreds. The story is fast and frantic, outlandish, and brutally honest. His ability to cynically channel the imagery is so real at times, you feel like you're right there, seeing and hearing the characters and situations as they unfold. It really puts you inside the frenzied mind of an adrenaline junkie; not a necessarily safe place, but fascinating and quite a ride.
The lifestyle is heavy in attitude and shock value. Full of anarchy, the guys break numerous laws, corral women by the dozens, and in general live a life of pure havoc. All is done in good fun without any victims, and executed in the midst of doing business deals. The main characters are cocky and aggressive, and yet endearing with their witty repartee and ripping jokes. Their fearless energy and charisma attracts gorgeous women at every turn, and the sex situations are impulsive and graphic. These are the quintessential underworld bad boys out on the hunt; sex and overindulging are a competitive sport.Read more ›
Although the stories are pack of fearless wealthy dudes living large at a breathtaking pace, Tate's writes the stories with a curiosity, keeping a level of humility and knack for self-deprecation. He writes with complete honesty, and seems to relish giving the painfully explicit details of his own self-destructing and unbelievably embarrassing situations he gets in to achieve today's debauchery. Like winning the Olympic Gold, and then falling drunk off the rewards stand and breaking his neck. The partying and sexual exploits had me laughing on the edge of my seat, yet cringing at the excesses.
While I can't relate to the debauchery, I loved being right there alongside the guys watching it all unfold. I'd give details of one story in particular, but there just no way I could do it justice, it's so hilarious, unexpected and graphic. One of the funniest books I've ever read.
After spending a couple of hours with the book and eventually finishing it a couple days later, I've come to the realization that it was wasted money. Tate's writing style is a combination of first and third person observational/experiential writing. The only problem with this is that his experiences are extremely repetitive and his vocabulary is limited to the same euphemisms used ad nauseum. "The weapon is hot." "The Johnson pushes against my zipper." "Brett the beast does XXXXX." Really? Is that all you have to say about your adventure in Russia doing "Dirty Deals"? There are probably less than 100 words written about these supposed deals, and while he may try to convince everyone this is due to the sensitive nature of what they concern, the fact is that if he had any sort of talent he would be able to convey his point without compromising the integrity of them. Instead, we get a book filled with the most unimaginative, pedestrian, inane prose I have ever read, riddled with grammatical errors, misspellings, and recounting of the same situation replayed over and over again.
There are some black and white photos on every other page of women in various states or undress, but they are so small and pixilated that they really serve no purpose. It's almost as if he's trying to overcome his lack of talent by throwing some pictures in with the hopes of distracting his readers from the monumental mistake they made when they bought this book.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A pile of wanna be Penthouse forum style letters that could not be published. Terrible and worthless, it strings together all the best of the authors masturbatory fantasies for a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by notevenclose
This book was bad. Really bad. Not sure what I was expecting, but this was terrible. I have never written a bad review of any book before but this one is the worst.Published on July 17, 2014 by Good Man named Mike
Let me first justify this negative review by saying i am absolutely not a prude and that is not why i found this book to be unsatisfying. Read morePublished on June 27, 2014 by lex
High Hells and Dirty Deals is Tucker Max style fratire mixed with low-brow erotica and transferred to Moscow amongst a cast of quasi-mobster millionaire businessmen, prostitutes,... Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by William Riddell
If this were an entry into a bad writing contest, it would finish rather highly. Tate spews the most gawdawful lines as he attempts sexual noir. Read morePublished on October 8, 2013 by Stephen A. Mintz
If I were able to give this book 0 stars, I absolutely would. I really am not a prude and i do enjoy risqué memoirs, however, I feel the author has tried way too hard here... Read morePublished on June 17, 2013 by Melina Deweese
If you like anything by Tucker Max you will love this book. My friend let me borrow it and I read it in a weekend. I purchased it the next week and reread it two more times. Read morePublished on May 5, 2013 by Victor Win
I dismissed the negative reviews of this book as the ranting of lesbians and prudes but they were spot on. I am a guy. I think about sex a lot. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Gerry