Thursday, November 10, 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Pokergeist by Michael Phillip Cash

PokergeistPokergeist by Michael Phillip Cash
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

I Loved the cover of this book. I have read 2 other book by Mr. Cash which did not disappoint so I could not wait to get started on this one.

Pokergeist is set in VI VIA LasVegas and a porker tournament. The Big One. After the winning Gold watch. Telly Martin is an awful gambler who is trying to be a professional poker player. He thinks he got what it takes but keeps failing badly. His wife is ready to leave him because he refuses to get a real job and thinks this next poker game is going to put them at the top. Little did he know that legand Clutch Henderson wants to win….. even though he died and is now a ghost.
For some reason Telly is the only one that can see and hear him. Telly and Cluth must naviage a gambling working in Las Vegas learning to trust each other in order to win the elusive international series of poker and repair both their shattered personal relationships and to hopefully find redemption in both of their lifes.

All in all this was a great book… I am not a big poker fan and since this book is mainly poker I had a hard time getting through it. BY NO MEANS is this book boring or bad……. I just am not a big poker fan….

You will not be disappointed.


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