[KINDLE] ❆ BLOW ❥ Bruce Porter – 1sm.info

BLOW BLOW Is The Unlikely Story Of George Jung S Roller Coaster Ride From Middle Class High School Football Hero To The Heart Of Pable Escobar S Medellin Cartel The Largest Importer Of The United States Cocaine Supply In The S Jung S Early Business Of Flying Marijuana Into The United States From The Mountains Of Mexico Took A Dramatic Turn When He Met Carlos Lehder, A Young Colombian Car Thief With Connections To The Then Newly Born Cocaine Operation In His Native Land Together They Created A New Model For Selling Cocaine, Turning A Drug Used Primarily By The Entertainment Elite Into A Massive And Unimaginably Lucrative Enterprise One Whose Earnings, If Legal, Would Have Ranked The Cocaine Business As The Sixth Largest Private Enterprise In The Fortune The Ride Came To A Screeching Halt When DEA Agents And Florida Police Busted Jung With Three Hundred Kilos Of Coke, Effectively Unraveling His Fortune But George Wasn T About To Go Down Alone He Planned To Bring Down With Him One Of The Biggest Cartel Figures Ever CaughtWith A Riveting Insider Account Of The Lurid World Of International Drug Smuggling And A Super Charged Drama Of One Man S Meteoric Rise And Desperate Fall, Bruce Porter Chronicles Jung S Life Using Unprecedented Eyewitness Sources In This Critically Acclaimed True Crime Classic


About the Author: Bruce Porter

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10 thoughts on “BLOW

  1. says:

    Who hasn t seen the blockbuster movie of a true story of George Jung, the man who, if you snorted blow in the late 1970 s to early 1980 s, there was an 85% chance it came from him and his partner But how many of the fans know Jung s real story While the movie is sexier andHollywood for viewers, the book delivers an unflinching true account of Jung s wild life And while the movie makes him look like a go


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is a really fascinating story, and proves the old cliche that the truth is often stranger and I would add,interesting than fiction I picked this up on a whim having had it on my shelf for years I got it for free after a reissue, I guess I d already seen the movie, but it s definitelyinvolved and better than the movie Still make


  3. says:

    The movie was TERRIFIC It had everything Drugs, Parties, Famous Dealers, Smuggling scams The list goes on and on.It was a nonstop action packed movie I hoped the book would elaborate on the movie parts Sadly it was a Lil slow, don t get me wrong the mans life is UNBELIEVABLE But I kinda expected . spoiled from the movie I guess It was a good read none the less The way the man lived his life PURE INSANITY From the peopl


  4. says:

    very aptly named, because this book blows


  5. says:

    straight forward book about a man too lucky for his own good.Ignore the overrated film.The book is a superior experiance.


  6. says:

    Four stars and not five because this book gives way too much space to detailing the quirks of Jung s personal life Who cares But the book earned every one of those four stars for the in depth analysis of how a mid level pot bust led to a prison sentence that aligned two men who were to become the leading forces of smuggling cocaine into the U.S throughout the 1980s And the final chapters present compelling interviews with the undercover agent


  7. says:

    Good read This is good read, the rise fall of someone with a ton of potential but dedicated to selfish pursuits.


  8. says:

    If you like the movie, read the book You will enjoy it


  9. says:

    After reading Killing Pablo last month, my interest in the Colombian drug cartel was piqued All the excitement of an action packed movie, but totally incredulous and fascinating because it s real life While Killing Pablo is about the Colombian end of drug trafficking, Blow chronicles how things went down in the US George Jung started off as a rebel in Weymouth High School By his early twenties, he had begun smuggling marijuana and envisioning grandiose schemes he wa


  10. says:

    I read a lot of true crime just for it being in that genre This one, specifically, I thought to read while doing a re watch of the Depp movie Of course,goes on in the book andthan could have been in the movie The extremity of Jung s drug use and the kinkiness of sex life could have beenunderscored, both for drama and humor Interestingly, Barile of the Tonsorial Parlor does not come across as colorful as the Reubens portrayal so I wonder how much there was to that, maybe jus


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