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My Real Estate Nightmare has been hailed as "hilarious and clever" by critics. It describes the true story of real estate broker Bob Boog's attempt to help out a pony-loving California homeowner who rented out half her house to a family from her church - thinking they'd be good tenants. However, shortly after moving in, the tenants filed a restraining order against the owner and stopped paying rent. Due to the restraining order, the homeowner had to stay 100 yards away from the property, so Bob served the eviction papers on her redneck renters. (One angry young man had recently been released from the state penitentiary.)
Bob also managed to sell the property, despite the fact that it needed a new roof, without the tenants finding out about it. But as the saying goes, "No good deed ever goes unpunished." After all his hard work successfully evicting the tenants and closing escrow on the property, the pony-loving homeowner hired a top-notch lawyer to sue Bob. This lawyer has never lost a case and will teach Bob a lesson he will never forget! But just as cartoon character Wiley E. Coyote remained loyal to the Acme brand of products, no matter how badly he was injured by them, you too may find yourself rooting for the persistent realtor at the end of the story.
There is language not suitable for children under the age of 13, so wear headphones when listening or consider yourself forewarned!
Would you try another book from Bob Boog and/or Bob Boog?
Has My Real Estate Nightmare turned you off from other books in this genre?
How did the narrator detract from the book?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from My Real Estate Nightmare?
Where would I start? I couldn't get past chapter 6, so I guess I would have cut it all. It was irritating, frustrating and sexist. Donald Trump came to mind a lot.
Any additional comments?
Do not waste your credit or money. This is not a book. So sorry Bob.