After pleading guilty to a series of homicides, Esau Till sits on death row, writing his life story. But his memoir is his one last chance to protect his brother. And, when it comes to his baby brother, Esau Till is a man without boundaries. When the genetic cards were dealt, Esau drew a genius IQ - and a crippled body. His brother Tory drew a slow mind - and almost superhuman strength. Very early on, Esau learned that the only way to guarantee his brother's safety was to make himself indispensable, so he became the top hired killer for both rival local mobs. As the state gets ready to take his life, Esau plots going all-in on the last hand he will ever play.
What made the experience of listening to That's How I Roll the most enjoyable?
Plot and Phil Gigante's narration
What was one of the most memorable moments of That's How I Roll?
Esau's "playing" the FBI and the other law enforcement. Just because he is in a wheel chair, does not make him stupid.
What about Phil Gigante’s performance did you like?
Phil has such a wide range, he was and is "spot on" with his trashy side.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
You will look at the "wheel-chair" bound in a different way.
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