Hilarious, reader sounds like Shaq, even when he's being sarcastic. He brags, he criticizes himself, and very professionally talks about his relationships with teammates. Very honest, Fantastic book.
Would never buy a book read by this author- his voice puts you to sleep and takes away from any story being interesting.
This book is not for tennis lovers. Andre hates tennis, as many college players do. Tennis is the one sport more than any other that burns out more athletes than any other- which is sad because it's a lifetime sport. This novel is brilliantly sad but more so highly entertaining. So much about Andre that is absolutely fascinating. Tennis fan/player or not, this novel is amazing.
Hilarious, if you like drunk/clever humor, this is for you, if you don't, you're the reason this book is so damn funny.
No, unless he wrote it.
No, way too funny. Laughed so hard many times I had to pause it.
Tucker needs to never read his own books again, he gets women because he's clever, but his voice is not at all what you pictured. I read the first book and got this on Audible and wow, he's delivery, no sarcastic tones when he's obviously kidding, his yelling was more like loud talking and when he describes people, he doesn't seem excited nor ticked off. He's obviously really good at expressing himself drunk, I wish he would have performed this drunk.
5% of the time at most this book was entertaining and it was always after a really boring part. This book could have been written in 10 chapters and it would have been better because it would have been a quick read with a decent story.
Nothing he did great and was the only reason I finished it.
90% of them. So many pointless details and way way way too many characters.
This is a very unique lawyer story which extremely rare circumstances but my lord it was long, boring and has a ton of unnecessary details. Read the wikipedia summary of this book and you'll know everything you'll need to know/you'll remember.
This book could obviously be made into a movie. A ton of pointless details, a ton. Although the best courtroom scenes in this book were somehow the ones that they left out of the movie.
As far as kangaroo court is concerned, this book is hilarious. Outside of that, this book is awful. Every story in this book is page turner, except for the kangaroo court stories and the few quick funny stories the players share. Must be a baseball fan/player to understand/like this book.
Different from any other book Grisham has ever wrote, yet still brings you into the heart of the story. Anyone who loves football can relate to this book, might not love it, but can definitely relate and relive old memories. I didn't play high school football but am a huge college football fan so I loved this book but am not going to rate is high because if you don't like football but love Grisham, you probably won't like book, but you'll probably be glad you read it to get into the mind of how football people think.
This book is one of those books where you wish you didn't read any comments, reviews or even the back of it. Open or start listening to this book, and you'll never put it down. The first few chapters are a little slow, but pay attention because they are crucial. And they probably aren't as slow as a ton of other books that get good later, but this book is absolutely amazing.
One of the most creative non bias books in years. Extremely different in a good way. If you've forgotten what it's like to be a teenager, whatever type of rebellion you did when you were younger, this makes you feel like saint because of how rebellious these kids are. The guts, courage and will power pulls you into their lives, in a futuristic setting?! Yes, and that's not easy to do. Props to the author for a fantastic read/listen. My only complaint is that I wish I would have read it instead of listened to it, the authors voice gave me descriptions that were good but reading those words I might seen something different.
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