It's not greatly written or narrated, but is good enough, especially for the $1.95 I see it's selling for today. I probably paid more - but probably no more than $5 and I'm not disappointed. Anyway, the writing is rather simplistic but the story is interesting - a little unbelievable at one point, but overall decent. The poker 'tips' aren't going to win you any high-stakes games, but keep it interesting. The narration was also fairly straightforward without much variation for voices or anything, but not boring at all. It ended on a cliffhanger, but that's OK too. Overall, I recommend as a light and fun read.