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4.0 out of 5 starsNot since Semi-Tough
Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2019
Checking back in with Billy Clyde, Shake, Big Ed and the crew finds they may have aged, but not matured. As politically incorrect as ever, Jenkins runs roughshod over couth, etiquette and decorum. An enjoyable read and a stark reminder of how times have changed.
4.0 out of 5 starsThe Semi-Tough Crew "Grows Up" and Branches Out
Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2018
Long time fan of Dan Jenkins back to Semi-Tough. Another shining example of the funny, unapologetic, thoroughly non-politically correct adventures of BC, Shake, BJ, and their gang, this time in pursuit of their own NFL franchise. It never ceases to amaze me how Dan can create supporting characters each with their own unique mini-stories (and noteworthy names) that often reflect the oddball people we all sometimes meet during our own lives. Bartenders, waitresses, movie moguls, old cronies, and relatives all take on personas that spit out one-liners with the best of them. If you like Dan's writing, you won't be disappointed.
4.0 out of 5 starsReview of Dan Jenkins' "Rede Behavior"
Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2014
One of the old classics... This was a reread for me to get in the mood for the new Dan Jenkins offer... LOTS of lines that are today considered not PC.... Just points out the improperly positioned thin skin so many folks have these days.... Also, may be a bit dated for today's generation in the words and phrases department... "Exaggeration humor" and satire and hyperbole are what hit my laugh button... So. Put that all together and it spells-- Dan Jenkins. "How much biscuits and gravy you want,Sir?", asks the server. "Well, Sugar(are you wincing?), he replies, "No more than you can carry in two trips from the kitchen."
5.0 out of 5 starsDan Jenkins has kept me entertained for 3 decades,and still does with this latest look at the NFL.
Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2013
Jenkins bring us back into the life of Billy Clyde Plucket, Barbara Jane, Shake Tiller and TJ Lambert as well as some new Texas Treasures as Billy Clyde transitions from the football field and the Broadcast booth into the Owners Box as the General Manager of the NFL's newest franchise. Twists of plot and turns of phrase keep him at the top of my favorite authors list
not for the politically correct - all Dan Jenkins stuff from dead solid perfect is "snickerville" - so read em where you won't have someone ask why your laughing . you won't be able to tell em without context and context is really funny.