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Is It Really Too Much To Ask Banksy...
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IN THE PRESS
Not having dabbled in the world of gambling in casinos before, on purchasing this book I was slightly unsure if I would find it interesting or even understandable. I thought I may not be the right demographic but I need not have worried! This book is interesting, unusually gripping and provided me with a highly entertaining (and informative) insight into casino life. The author has a unique voice; the chapters differ in style and prose which ensures the book is consistently animated. A regular casino goer or not, I highly recommend this book for anybody (...over 18!) who wants a refreshing, funny read from your average, modern-day book.
A very unique and enjoyable book, worth buying if you're looking for something a bit different to read or curious about what lies underneath the glamour of casinos.
An interesting, thought-provoking read that tackled sensitive topics of love, life and death. This is the second book I have read by the author and it is apparent he can aptly vary his prose and writing style to suit the particular stories and themes he wants to convey to the reader. Highly recommend to anyone who wants something different from their usual monotonous, mundane fictions!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in London during the 1950s, he was once described by a law court judge as, ‘having had a very colourful existence.’ He has been employed in various forms of work and has an opinion on most aspects of life. In the course of being alive he has also been: a casino manager, window-cleaner, painter and decorator, accountant, teacher, washer-upper, swim coach, truck driver, book-binder, computer engineer, life-coach, salesman, photographer, journalist and even a front-line police officer. He has also been unemployed and homeless. Having travelled to over 152 countries thus far, he is currently settled somewhere in the Western hemisphere, having returned incognito from the Middle East where he wrote questionable articles for a national magazine and local newspapers.
Married with at least five children and three goldfish, the latter of which will probably be dead by the time you read this, he is forever hopeful of being able to enlighten and entertain.
Publication of 'Is it really too much to ask Banksy...'
Coming Soon,' Sugar, Spice and Casino Vice.'
Currently in receipt of 'Slugs, Snails & Casino Tales' as delivered to their agents:
Danny Dyer Vinnie Jones Ray Winstone Guy Ritchie