For those of you that have blended families or have ever taken a family camping trip, the Rizzos' attempt at bonding will take you down memory lane. This hilarious story is full of family chaos, colorful characters, crazy antics and lively adventures. As a newly blended family, the Rizzos attempt to bond during a camping trip, following the advice of their family therapist. They travel by way of Cracker Barrel to Virginia Beach where they cross paths with two desperate rednecks that have just stolen a quarter of a million dollars of mob money. Unbeknownst to the Rizzos that mob money ends up mixed in with their camping gear. A stripper and her biker boyfriend try to beat the rednecks to the mob money as the Rizzos try their best to bond.
©2007 Alex Lizzi Jr (P)2016 Alex Lizzi Jr
A church event to save the church with pot laced brownies (woops!). An accidental skunk spraying. A family trying to camp with an overpacked car. A wedding. A heist. Exploding port-a-potty. That is just in the first hour. The list goes on and on and chaos ensues. The characters and their stories get properly tangled with hysterical results. Overall, an entertaining book to listen to.
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"Not my cup of tea."
I am not a prude nor do I normally object to profanity, but I found this book a bit offensive on several levels. Maybe a man would enjoy it more?
Aside from the above, I found it quite hard to follow - couldn't keep track of which character they were jumping back and forth to.
No, I did not enjoy his narration.
Not really, I can't remember enjoying a book less. I rarely give a book 2 stars.
I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator.If I hadn't been, I think I would have requested a refund.
I think the story line had promise but overall, I was extremely disappointed in it.
what a family vacation bunch of idiots with adults like that the kids don't stand a chance.
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I'm not to sure about the narration. I don't know if the narrator drove me crazy or the characters. still a good listen. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
"Good story. Awful ending."
The ending was too abrupt. It was almost like the author got tired of writing it and just decided to end it.
Yes. Just warn them about the ending.
"Funny and confusing"
I will start by saying I received this book st no charge in order to give an honest review. So here goes. The story itself is funny as all get out. The whole thing is filled with wacky characters that are both interesting and irritating. What I had a hard time with was the narration. While he did an excellent job with the male characters he used the same voice for many of the female voices? Not all mind you but a good many of them. It became very hard to know who was who. I listen to this on a road trip with my husband. He chuckled and enjoyed it very much but kept interrupting it to ask me who was who. So it wasn't just me getting confused. There was also no pause or break to give you a sense of change in places or new sets of characters and there are a lot to keep track of: I think the author should have given us a little more atmosphere such as : meanwhile back at the truck stop Billy Bob and Vernon. Among the glittering lights of the neon bar lights sat the three men deep in conversation. Something to put us back in each of the places as the story jumps around. I was never sure where we where the police station, blue balls, truck stop, Virginia? It was confusing. Still even as jumbled and confusing as it was it was funny. 👍🏻
"Bonding: A Rizzo Family Vacation"
Bonding The Rizzo's Family Vacation
: Alex Lizzi Jr.
This is an absolutely hilarious, light hearted book. I loved following the family on their cross country vacation.All I could do was laugh out loud.
The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed. Larry A. Brewer had me wanting to strangle some characters while wanting to feed others chicken soup.
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