By Charles Brandt. Let me ask you guys something. Let's say you're the PR chief for this reissue that's branded to play up the Netflix connection. You've got enough credibility problems with the content as it is -- why exactly is your lead blurb a quote from Bryan Burrough saying The Irishman "gives new meaning to the term 'guilty pleasure'"? Is it the "there's no such thing as bad press" thing? Or that quote from that author that spot-on?
And why is the cover formatted so that the spine, which will be facing out in 95% of book-owning households, is Pesci's big old old-man ear?
...Never a dull moment with this property, is there? Anyway, the paperback rates a very good, I would say; some shelfwear, and the back cover is a little wavy. And also, you know, suuuuper-weird.