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You'll Never Spa In This Town Again Paperback – February 18, 2012
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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.Read more ›
Having first hand experience with the whole Travolta-sauna thing, I was interested to read more details confirm the truth. No big deal or surprise.
The author comes off like a complete deviant - outlining his early obsession with losing weight and getting his teeth fixed in order to appeal to Travolta - who an insider at the spa said "he'll love you" - intimating he was gifted in other areas - gah-ross. Who writes like that. Has anyone googled a pic of the author???? What's wrong with his picture.
I love the bit about his check for membership not clearing. Anyone with money doesn't have to wait a certain number of days for a check to be cashed???
I don't feel bad for Travolta, but do think that, at this point, Travolta will end up being a "big" Hollywood punchline, rather than a revered actor.
Anything you want to learn about Travolta's exploits can be gathered in reading the description of this book on the product page - complete garbage, and poorly written. Author tries to fill a book with nonsense about his friendships with staff members - some chapters 2 pages long???? So stupid.
Save your money and don't validate this freak's existence.
I am not even 60 pages into reading this book and honestly don't know if I can finish it. As many have stated, the book is atrociously written. I cannot even begin to count the number of times that the name "John Travolta" is repeated on the under 60 pages that I have read. I'm not talking about "John" or "Travolta"...I'm talking about "John Travolta." The author repeats this name over..and over..and over again, as if we are going to forget (impossible) who he is talking about. And I kid you not when I say that many times he follows the name with "movie star." Yes, "John Travolta, movie star."
I am also concerned with the mental health issue of the author. He is clearly an obsessed stalker, and the object of his affection should in all sincerity have a restraining order against him, if he hasn't already. The author admits to spending years, and thousands of dollars, trying to meet John Travolta, movie star. He goes so far as to admit to using people who worked for the spa, after earning their trust and then breaking it. He comes across as a conniving, immature, backstabbing, betraying, selfish brat who will stop at nothing to become John Travolta, movie star's "boyfriend."
The hypocrisy is also astounding. The author talks about how "disgusted" he was at some of the sights he witnessed at the spa, the sexual promiscuity that went on, the casual attitudes, etc...yet he admits to spending YEARS going to this spa....clearly he isn't as disturbed as he claims he was by the things he saw and heard. Very hypocritical and contradicting...he even states in one section, in reference to Vladmir's appendage, "Nobody's d!Read more ›
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This expose was definitely eye-opening! The guy has always given me the creeps and now I know why!Published 14 days ago by David Writing Fiction
Don't waste your money! If you are looking for gossip, there are better books! This was a repetition of same incidences thru out. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Savannah L.
If your sitting on the fence about john travolta the other book and this book will blow your mind away thanksPublished 17 months ago by john j.watkins
This book was certainly an eye-opener. I will never look at John Travolta the same way again - as an actor, as husband, or a father.
He is beyond shameful.