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Lost in Las Vegas Reviews | Cardoza Publishing
"A fantastic, funny, and fast read! The Vegas underbelly as if presented by the Coen brothers. Bravo!"
— Kevin Pollak, co-star of The Usual Suspects, Casino, A Few Good Men;
named by Comedy Central as one of the top 100 comedians of all time
"The funniest, truest account of Vegas life I’ve ever read. The verbal exchanges between John and Ludo are priceless. It’s Pulp Fiction meets Pulp Vegas."
— Jim Mauro, former editor, Spy magazine
"This book ranks with Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as an unforgettable comedy, ranking with such classic novels as Catch-22 in its originality and use of humor . . . brilliant in its use of language."
— Edwin Silberstang, author of Nightmare of the Dark and Abandoned
"Astonishing! Avery Cardoza has crafted a classic gambling adventure that grabbed me from the very first page and wouldn’t let go. The words are incredibly vivid and there’s rhythm and thought woven into this that goes way beyond what I expected."
— Mike Caro, The Mad Genius of Poker, author of Caro’s Book of Poker Tells
"Lost in Las Vegas is a rollercoaster of a novel that takes the reader on highs, lows and everything in between. Like the city of Vegas itself, it is filled with madcap adventure and fun."
— Gabriel Packard, Assoc. Director, Hunter College Creative Writing MFA Program
"I love it, I love it, I love it! A classy piece of literature."
— Vitaly Babenko, Director of Publishing, Club 366 Publishers, Moscow
"Of the many books written about Las Vegas, this one ranks right up there with the best. It has levity, comic-drama, and enough interesting characters to fill the city. Great fun."
— Leonard Wise, author of Diggstown and The Big Biazarro
"In Lost in Las Vegas, Avery Cardoza provides the darkest and craziest tour of this craziest of cities ever to see print. I laughed my ass off!"
—Arnold Snyder, Gambling Legend, Charter Member of the Blackjack Hall of Fame