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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


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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 deli


  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


  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


  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


  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 Hi


  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 d


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