The Sting

The Sting

Robert Weverka / Apr 09, 2020

The Sting Gondorff was on the lam hiding out in a whorehouse Hooker was looking for a new crime partner to help him settle a score Together they could separate the deadly numbers king from a half million bankro

  • Title: The Sting
  • Author: Robert Weverka
  • ISBN: 9780553082722
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gondorff was on the lam hiding out in a whorehouse Hooker was looking for a new crime partner to help him settle a score Together they could separate the deadly numbers king from a half million bankroll if only they could keep from getting killed in the process

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      • Robert Weverka

        Robert Weverka pseudonym Robert McMahon was born in Los Angeles and educated at USC where he majored in economics His novels include March Or Die, The Sting, Murder By Decree, Moonrock, Apple s Way and The Widowed Master.


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    1. Well, there are some books that you’ve wanted to read for years, but haven’t actively looked for. And suddenly, when you do that usual second hand bookshelf raid, you just stumble across it. I got this beauty for the gambler heart for less than a buck (more precisely 5 Swedish kronor) at my local charity store Myrorna (which means “The Ants” – no idea why it’s called that) – a bargain for any good read, but somehow extra suiting for this trick infested novel. This is how I mainly f [...]


    2. I ordered this book from while in junior high at around the time the film was released. I read it over and over, and I often think it's the reason I became somewhat of an anarchist, but the truth of the matter is that I wish I had become a mechanical or electrical engineer and had become a high tech thief of some sort.


    3. I was moved to read this book after seeing the then-hugely popular film at the theatre. Reading the book clarified some of the trickier points of the plot in the mind of a young teenager. I'm not sure it was a great book -- I read it more than 30 years ago. But reading it helped me understand the story I had seen in the film.


    4. Perhaps it's because I've seen the movie about a thousand times and rate it as one of my top ten of all time, but I didn't think the book was all that great. The story's there, but the way it's told is rather coarser both in language and in narrative flow, and the moments in the movie that I really enjoyed are handled somewhat (IMO) clumsily. I think I'd prefer just watching the movie again.


    5. The movie is one of the best ever, the book essentially follows the same story line with a few colorful details, a typical movie book, but still good!





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