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King Of The Sideshow By Tim O’Brien

Cognizant of Tim O’Brien’s writing prowess and knowing Ward Hall to be a top showman fed my eagerness to review this book published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC. It was well worth the read. I consider both these individuals to be friends of mine; we met in the carnival world. Spending time in Ward and Chris’ house trailer always created warm memories and always a pleasant reception. We usually met at fairs throughout the country. Although Ward and I have chatted many times, this book disclosed some of the trials and woes that he successfully hid from me.
King Of The Sideshow By Tim O’Brien Cognizant of Tim O’Brien’s writing prowess and knowing Ward Hall to be a top showman fed my eagerness to review this book published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC. It was well worth the read. I consider both these individuals to be friends of mine; we met in the carnival world. Spending time in Ward and Chris’ house trailer always created warm memories and always a pleasant reception. We usually met at fairs throughout the country. Although Ward and I have chatted many times, this book disclosed some of the trials and woes that he successfully hid from me. Ward Hall is a showman who always makes one feel welcome. We met one time in Wildwood, NJ at an early stage in my carnival career; I sold lighting supplies to the outdoor amusement people. I missed seeing him at Mariners Landing, an amusement pier, but we did happen to meet in town while having lunch. He was in there to set up a display on the pier. Ward greeted me like a long lost friend and we had a pleasant lunch and chat together. We also used to meet at conventions; neither of us ever took booths, but we always knew the best place to stand and greet the convention goers. Tim O’Brien decided that after all these years, Ward deserved some accolades and dedicated himself to interviewing this great showman and to write this book. A good decision! Astutely he brings us in to meet Ward at an early stage of his life and shows his advance into the world of showmanship and his deserving title of King of the Sideshow! Along the dialogue, Tim mentions many a carnival and its owners once again bringing back many memories. He also reveals many talents that Ward had like ventriloquism, juggling, magic, lion tamer and of course sideshow barker. In addition, he has a section set aside so that the reader can understand the jargon that is used among the amusement people so that the story is understandable. Sideshow entertainment draws people to look at those less fortunate than themselves. The entertainers are given a chance to earn a living plus the ability to intermingle with people with other afflictions, yet still have normality instead of living on the dole and accepting pity. Ward Hall and Chris Christ recognize this and are happy to give them dignity and self respect. You will have a more informed view the next time you happen to see an oddity show. They have appeared at the State Fair Meadowlands held annually in East Rutherford. King of the Sideshow by Tim O’Brien is published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC ISBN 078-0-9743324-2-0. King Of The Sideshow By Tim O’Brien Cognizant of Tim O’Brien’s writing prowess and knowing Ward Hall to be a top showman fed my eagerness to review this book published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC. It was well worth the read. I consider both these individuals to be friends of mine; we met in the carnival world. Spending time in Ward and Chris’ house trailer always created warm memories and always a pleasant reception. We usually met at fairs throughout the country. Although Ward and I have chatted many times, this book disclosed some of the trials and woes that he successfully hid from me. Ward Hall is a showman who always makes one feel welcome. We met one time in Wildwood, NJ at an early stage in my carnival career; I sold lighting supplies to the outdoor amusement people. I missed seeing him at Mariners Landing, an amusement pier, but we did happen to meet in town while having lunch. He was in there to set up a display on the pier. Ward greeted me like a long lost friend and we had a pleasant lunch and chat together. We also used to meet at conventions; neither of us ever took booths, but we always knew the best place to stand and greet the convention goers. Tim O’Brien decided that after all these years, Ward deserved some accolades and dedicated himself to interviewing this great showman and to write this book. A good decision! Astutely he brings us in to meet Ward at an early stage of his life and shows his advance into the world of showmanship and his deserving title of King of the Sideshow! Along the dialogue, Tim mentions many a carnival and its owners once again bringing back many memories. He also reveals many talents that Ward had like ventriloquism, juggling, magic, lion tamer and of course sideshow barker. In addition, he has a section set aside so that the reader can understand the jargon that is used among the amusement people so that the story is understandable. Sideshow entertainment draws people to look at those less fortunate than themselves. The entertainers are given a chance to earn a living plus the ability to intermingle with people with other afflictions, yet still have normality instead of living on the dole and accepting pity. Ward Hall and Chris Christ recognize this and are happy to give them dignity and self respect. You will have a more informed view the next time you happen to see an oddity show. They have appeared at the State Fair Meadowlands held annually in East Rutherford. King of the Sideshow by Tim O’Brien is published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC ISBN 078-0-9743324-2-0. King Of The Sideshow By Tim O’Brien Cognizant of Tim O’Brien’s writing prowess and knowing Ward Hall to be a top showman fed my eagerness to review this book published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC. It was well worth the read. I consider both these individuals to be friends of mine; we met in the carnival world. Spending time in Ward and Chris’ house trailer always created warm memories and always a pleasant reception. We usually met at fairs throughout the country. Although Ward and I have chatted many times, this book disclosed some of the trials and woes that he successfully hid from me. Ward Hall is a showman who always makes one feel welcome. We met one time in Wildwood, NJ at an early stage in my carnival career; I sold lighting supplies to the outdoor amusement people. I missed seeing him at Mariners Landing, an amusement pier, but we did happen to meet in town while having lunch. He was in there to set up a display on the pier. Ward greeted me like a long lost friend and we had a pleasant lunch and chat together. We also used to meet at conventions; neither of us ever took booths, but we always knew the best place to stand and greet the convention goers. Tim O’Brien decided that after all these years, Ward deserved some accolades and dedicated himself to interviewing this great showman and to write this book. A good decision! Astutely he brings us in to meet Ward at an early stage of his life and shows his advance into the world of showmanship and his deserving title of King of the Sideshow! Along the dialogue, Tim mentions many a carnival and its owners once again bringing back many memories. He also reveals many talents that Ward had like ventriloquism, juggling, magic, lion tamer and of course sideshow barker. In addition, he has a section set aside so that the reader can understand the jargon that is used among the amusement people so that the story is understandable. Sideshow entertainment draws people to look at those less fortunate than themselves. The entertainers are given a chance to earn a living plus the ability to intermingle with people with other afflictions, yet still have normality instead of living on the dole and accepting pity. Ward Hall and Chris Christ recognize this and are happy to give them dignity and self respect. You will have a more informed view the next time you happen to see an oddity show. They have appeared at the State Fair Meadowlands held annually in East Rutherford. King of the Sideshow by Tim O’Brien is published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC ISBN 078-0-9743324-2-0. King Of The Sideshow By Tim O’Brien Cognizant of Tim O’Brien’s writing prowess and knowing Ward Hall to be a top showman fed my eagerness to review this book published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC. It was well worth the read. I consider both these individuals to be friends of mine; we met in the carnival world. Spending time in Ward and Chris’ house trailer always created warm memories and always a pleasant reception. We usually met at fairs throughout the country. Although Ward and I have chatted many times, this book disclosed some of the trials and woes that he successfully hid from me. Ward Hall is a showman who always makes one feel welcome. We met one time in Wildwood, NJ at an early stage in my carnival career; I sold lighting supplies to the outdoor amusement people. I missed seeing him at Mariners Landing, an amusement pier, but we did happen to meet in town while having lunch. He was in there to set up a display on the pier. Ward greeted me like a long lost friend and we had a pleasant lunch and chat together. We also used to meet at conventions; neither of us ever took booths, but we always knew the best place to stand and greet the convention goers. Tim O’Brien decided that after all these years, Ward deserved some accolades and dedicated himself to interviewing this great showman and to write this book. A good decision! Astutely he brings us in to meet Ward at an early stage of his life and shows his advance into the world of showmanship and his deserving title of King of the Sideshow! Along the dialogue, Tim mentions many a carnival and its owners once again bringing back many memories. He also reveals many talents that Ward had like ventriloquism, juggling, magic, lion tamer and of course sideshow barker. In addition, he has a section set aside so that the reader can understand the jargon that is used among the amusement people so that the story is understandable. Sideshow entertainment draws people to look at those less fortunate than themselves. The entertainers are given a chance to earn a living plus the ability to intermingle with people with other afflictions, yet still have normality instead of living on the dole and accepting pity. Ward Hall and Chris Christ recognize this and are happy to give them dignity and self respect. You will have a more informed view the next time you happen to see an oddity show. They have appeared at the State Fair Meadowlands held annually in East Rutherford. King of the Sideshow by Tim O’Brien is published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC ISBN 078-0-9743324-2-0. Ward Hall is a showman who always makes one feel welcome. We met one time in Wildwood, NJ at an early stage in my carnival career; I sold lighting supplies to the outdoor amusement people. I missed seeing him at Mariners Landing, an amusement pier, but we did happen to meet in town while having lunch. He was in there to set up a display on the pier. Ward greeted me like a long lost friend and we had a pleasant lunch and chat together. We also used to meet at conventions; neither of us ever took booths, but we always knew the best place to stand and greet the convention goers. Tim O’Brien decided that after all these years, Ward deserved some accolades and dedicated himself to interviewing this great showman and to write this book. A good decision! Astutely he brings us in to meet Ward at an early stage of his life and shows his advance into the world of showmanship and his deserving title of King of the Sideshow! Along the dialogue, Tim mentions many a carnival and its owners once again bringing back many memories. He also reveals many talents that Ward had like ventriloquism, juggling, magic, lion tamer and of course sideshow barker. In addition, he has a section set aside so that the reader can understand the jargon that is used among the amusement people so that the story is understandable. Sideshow entertainment draws people to look at those less fortunate than themselves. The entertainers are given a chance to earn a living plus the ability to intermingle with people with other afflictions, yet still have normality instead of living on the dole and accepting pity. Ward Hall and Chris Christ recognize this and are happy to give them dignity and self respect. You will have a more informed view the next time you happen to see an oddity show. They have appeared at the State Fair Meadowlands held annually in East Rutherford. King of the Sideshow by Tim O’Brien is published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC ISBN 078-0-9743324-2-0. Cognizant of Tim O’Brien’s writing prowess and knowing Ward Hall to be a top showman fed my eagerness to review this book published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC. It was well worth the read. I consider both these individuals to be friends of mine; we met in the carnival world. Spending time in Ward and Chris’ house trailer always created warm memories and always a pleasant reception. We usually met at fairs throughout the country. Although Ward and I have chatted many times, this book disclosed some of the trials and woes that he successfully hid from me. Ward Hall is a showman who always makes one feel welcome. We met one time in Wildwood, NJ at an early stage in my carnival career; I sold lighting supplies to the outdoor amusement people. I missed seeing him at Mariners Landing, an amusement pier, but we did happen to meet in town while having lunch. He was in there to set up a display on the pier. Ward greeted me like a long lost friend and we had a pleasant lunch and chat together. We also used to meet at conventions; neither of us ever took booths, but we always knew the best place to stand and greet the convention goers. Tim O’Brien decided that after all these years, Ward deserved some accolades and dedicated himself to interviewing this great showman and to write this book. A good decision! Astutely he brings us in to meet Ward at an early stage of his life and shows his advance into the world of showmanship and his deserving title of King of the Sideshow! Along the dialogue, Tim mentions many a carnival and its owners once again bringing back many memories. He also reveals many talents that Ward had like ventriloquism, juggling, magic, lion tamer and of course sideshow barker. In addition, he has a section set aside so that the reader can understand the jargon that is used among the amusement people so that the story is understandable. Sideshow entertainment draws people to look at those less fortunate than themselves. The entertainers are given a chance to earn a living plus the ability to intermingle with people with other afflictions, yet still have normality instead of living on the dole and accepting pity. Ward Hall and Chris Christ recognize this and are happy to give them dignity and self respect. You will have a more informed view the next time you happen to see an oddity show. They have appeared at the State Fair Meadowlands held annually in East Rutherford. King of the Sideshow by Tim O’Brien is published by Casa Flamingo Literary Arts, LLC ISBN 078-0-9743324-2-0.
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