Yes, I probably would. I found the obsessive gambling interesting and it had some good laughs.
I liked the main characters descriptions of herself and jobs that she have had in the past.
I thought the way she reacted to men and relationships was weird. She falls in love very easily and was gullible.
It was a bit of a shame that the first half of the book was so great and then the second went into more of her relationship and was just kind of boring. It had a chance to be great, but missed.
No, it is a bit long and knowing all the twists, it would be ruined.
Great narrators, both of them.
The ending. It kind of sucked, but made sense. I wish it would have worked out the way everyone would have wanted it.
It can kind of be like a porn, but has a plot and twist to it.
The main girl
No, I think I am done with Belfort.
This book unlike his first really was slow and more in depth into him being caught and ratting on his friends. Went waaaaaay to far into the planning and schemes of his crimes. Just boring.
Sure, he did a decent job.
This book is a snooze fest compared to his first. It seems like he wanted to ride the coat tails of his first success and failed.
Not really, but he does kind of draw it out with all the talk of going to Nepal, but I understand as it was to honor his friend.
The parts where he cared so much for his friend that he still treated his body like it was still alive and important, and did not want to lose him.
No much. He was an armature, but it was cool that it was the real guy.
I think it is already on a tv show "I shouldn't be alive".
Yes, it is very entertaining to listen to the life of a guy who throws money around left and right. The shenanigans that ensue with hookers, drugs, and stocks is great and keeps you listening.
Bad/angry. I hated that he really never felt sorry for screwing over so many people, and tried to play it like a happily ever after crap.
I thought Eric's voice was great when he was just being normal, like narrating or Jordon. However, when he try's to do female voices that is another story.
Yeah I laughed when Jordon was contemplating having sex with an Ethiopian hooker in Switzerland and said that see looked to clean to have aids.....right?
The story itself is great and there is a lot of suspenseful moments that keep you on edge and wanting to listen more.
Kevin, the main because you just wanted to route for the guy to take all of the casino's money.
Oh where do I start? The narrator was HORRIBLE. I think with a little editing skills and common sense you could edit out all of the water drinks and gulping that guy does sometimes what seems like after every sentence. It really distracted from the story and was very annoying. He also try's to do character voices, but in a very bad way. They all almost start off normal and end with a fake New York or Boston accent. Just terrible.
Yeah, when Martinez was getting the heck beat out of him for counting cards and just using his brain to beat the casino and not cheating.
Story great, narrator terrible.
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