Saturday, November 9, 2013

Pyscho's {Book Review}

Serial Killers, Depraved Madmen, and the Criminally Insane

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Forget zombies, werewolves, and shapeshifters they aren't real so most people aren't afraid of them. Even ghosts, witches and demons, which some do believe in, they don't rank number one on the most feared by humans. The answer is, humans are afraid of other humans. They're unpredictable, and scary. This is a collection of scary stories from various authors like Edgar Allan Poe to Cody Goodfellow. The styles in writing may be different but the premise is all the same. To scare, to horrify, and to prepare you for the cruel world of horror that is out there.

What is the book about?
This is an informative and factual book on the hospitality world of hotels. Jacob pursues a job at a very pricy hotel thinking it will be a job to pay the bills. He starts out as a simple valet and over a short period he moves up into the Front Desk and then eventually leading him to a Management position.

What did I think of the book?
Jacob Tomsky is extremely witty and funny with his memoir of his hospitality experience. I thought this was an amazing read. I recommend this to anyone who's looking for a funny read or for the constant traveler who is always finding themselves experiencing some interesting service in the hotel industry.
Just learning about what happens behind the desk at the hotels you stay at, is humor enough for me and Tomsky's story is definitely worth reading!  This is the book that should be offered to all guests in a hotel during their stay.

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