Giusy Amaro Amaro itibaren Sea Isle City, NJ, Birleşik Devletler
Üst doğu tarafının seçkin gençlerinin yaşamlarına içten bir bakış sağlar. Okuyucu, gençlerin göründüğü kadar elit olmadığını çabucak bulacak. Her ne kadar uyuşturucu / karışıklık dolu bir dünyada yaşadıkları her şeye rağmen. Kitap, uyuşturucu (zengin) kullananlara ve uyuşturucu aldıklarına dair harika bir fikir vermektedir. Yazarın kendisi en iyi üst doğu taraflarından biridir (babası yayın şirketinin sahibidir).
Read it before Farenheit 911 came out. Was really funny and I am sure a lot of what he talks about is true, but I would never use it as my sole source.
If you do not like foul language, including seeing the "F-Word" on every line of each page of this book, then this book is not for you. Other than that I found this book pretty entertaining - and mindlessly was able to open up and read a chapter - all before I had finished brushing my teeth or waiting for my food to heat up it the microwave. I didn't have to pick it up and wonder, "Now what was going on again" because I was in a new chapter and a new easy story to follow along. But most of all I liked the "father-isms" that were presented in between each chapter. Some of them reminded me of my father, or grandfather - well, without all the swearing though. I love grumpy old men and the things that come out of their mouths and for that reason, I liked this book.
I don't know what's a creepier scenario: this book being autobiographical, or if it's the product of Jerzy Kosinski's imagination. Either way, it's like gawking guiltily at a car wreck.