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  • Title: Roll Call
  • Author: Glenn Langohr
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  • Page: 478
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About "Glenn Langohr"

  1. Glenn Langohr

    In prison on drug charges, I felt inspired to start writing to bring a view never before seen, and to show that the path we are on is only building bigger criminals e B00571NY5AI m married to my dream girl ballerina, Sanette, who plays Annette in Upon Release, the sequel to Roll Call, and my greatest accomplishment post release is the review I got from Kirkus ISBN 978 1 4392 4608 5Kirkus Discoveries, Nielsen Business Mediadiscoveries kirkusreviewsA harrowing, down and dirty depiction sometimes reminiscent of Steven Soderbergh s Traffic of America s war on drugs, by former dealer and California artist Langohr.Locked up for a decade on drugs charges and immersed in both philosophical tomes and modern pulp thrillers, Langohr penned Roll Call, a light fictionalization of his troubled life I went from obsessively pacing my cell and wondering and worrying about how I was actually going to get my attorney to defend me, and how many years this sentence would bring, writes Langohr in an afterword, to realizing that if I find a way to write what s in my head, I can find a way out of this hole I had put myself in The book s hero is Benny B.J Johnson, a kid who grows up in a troubled home His parents are essentially good, but they fight often Eventually, his mother escapes, departing in a small car with over a hundred thousand miles on it and some clothes From there, B.J s descent is all but inevitable he hangs out with the wrong crowd and starts dealing But the author is not content to tell the story from only the protagonist s perspective Instead, he toggles the angle like a master director, taking in the stories of American lawmen, Mexican dealers, outlaw bikers, prison guards, pawn shop dealers and a dude named El Diablo who says things like, I have a master plan that I am willing to share with you Roll Call makes for exciting reading gunplay, covert operations and backhanded deals abound The author succeeds by wisely using his experiences to fuel the narrative A vivid, clamorous account of the war on drugs.

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  1. Roll Call by Glenn LangohrThis book is based on true events that Glenn lived and is intertwined with fiction to complete the story It is a long read and very detailed As I pondered the amount of details I realize that Glenn has written so that we, the readers, are walking in his shoes and the shoes of those he traveled along side with The scenery may be colorful at times but not always in a good way We travel with him from a messed up childhood to his first taste of greed, a greed that spiraled [...]


  2. The first thing I noticed about the book is the length, Wow 734 pages, I did think I was going to be reading it for weeks as it has got to be the longest book I have read to date.I infact finished reading this after around 14 hours This 14 hours did take a week though as I read for a couple of hours before going to sleep.There was drug cartels, violence, underhand police, crime and it all was very believable, Yes I know its a true story but sometimes truth does not always sound believable.It see [...]


  3. My review will be available on my blog on the 09 14So much to say about this book Where to start and to finish with all the information pressed into the volume of pages but yet I believe Glenn Langohr tells it the best His openness, honesty and search for truth jumps from page to page and some times I had to take a breather, make coffee, go for a walk just to filter through the story This is not a story for leisure, lying on the bed and lazily leave from page to page This book grasp you attentio [...]


  4. Glen Langohr gives you a true analysis of what it s like to get caught up on the wrong side of the law An extremely fascinating book filled with honesty about the world of drugs and prison The suspense Glen Langohr creates is suspenseful, exciting and real I recommend this book to young readers in hopes some will find it helpful within their own lives.


  5. Roll Call by Glenn LangohrThis book is based on true events that Glenn lived and is intertwined with fiction to complete the story It is a long read and very detailed As I pondered the amount of details I realize that Glenn has written so that we, the readers, are walking in his shoes and the shoes of those he traveled along side with The scenery may be colorful at times but not always in a good way We travel with him from a messed up childhood to his first taste of greed, a greed that spiraled [...]


  6. Benny Johnson who is known as B.J has a complicated childhood a controlling father, a mother trying to keep her family together, and a fierce drive to support himself and his brother His downward spiral begins when he decides to go to Mexico and set himself up to deal drugs The trip leads to meeting and scheming with various people from ex cons, neighborhood dealers, to the deceitful upper class B.J considers himself a Christian who acknowledges he is a sinner His entire life is spent trying to [...]


  7. was admittedly skeptical when I sat down to read this novel, as it falls outside of my area of knowledge I have little experience with anything relating to the criminal justice system, and I had concerns that I would get lost in the jargon However, as I got to know BJ and the other characters in the story, I was able to relate to the childhood experiences, to a point, and I found myself easily sucked into the storyline and got the end finding myself needing to know what would be coming next I kn [...]


  8. This story is the story of a journey Starting with a young boy that you wish you could wrap your arms around and protect, to a young man who ends up where you where afraid he would I wanted to keep shouting NO DON T To a grown man you can honor and respect What an incredible journey this story takes you on What an exstordinary man he became tho the odds where agaist him To live this and come out on the other side with compassion for his fellow man is spirtually up lifting This book is also a pri [...]


  9. A novel based on true experiences of the author s life An interesting look into the world of drug dealers, crime and corruption I thought it was a pretty good story from a different perspective, that of the criminal I like crime stories, which are usually the Good Guy Cops chasing down the Bad Guy criminals This book reversed that with the protagonist a drug dealer But it makes the reader see things in a different light It doesn t lessen the crimes that were committed by any means, but gives ins [...]


  10. Roll Call Glenn Langohr A candid and in depth look at life in the drug dealing world With dire consequences.Roll call gives vivid detail of life in jail, prison and on the streets smuggling and dealing drugs.Very fascinating and true to life.I look forward to by Glenn Langohr


  11. A harrowing down and dirty depiction of the U.S War on Drugs, sometimes reminiscent of Soldergurgh s Traffic, by former dealer, California artist Langohr A must read for parents with kids who experiment with drugs The author turns the corner and offers a solution to the drug war with this philosophic, spiritual twister


  12. I was admittedly skeptical when I sat down to read this novel, as it falls outside of my area of knowledge I have little experience with anything relating to the criminal justice system, and I had concerns that I would get lost in the jargon However, as I got to know BJ and the other characters in the story, I was able to relate to the childhood experiences, to a point, and I found myself easily sucked into the storyline and got the end finding myself needing to know what would be coming next I [...]


  13. Roll Call by Glenn LangohrBefore I start I will say I am an avid reader and always fall for a justice system book That alone, tells you I am a fan of this genre What I loved was the book was real The lifestyle, the time and the people are written in a very intimate way That being said, if someone is bad or on a path toward being bad and you can make the character appealing, you got a reader engrossed So when the book starts you are introduced to BJ Benny Johnson , who is very similar to the auth [...]


  14. Roll Call by Glenn LangohrThis book is based on true events that Glenn lived and is intertwined with fiction to complete the story It is a long read and very detailed As I pondered the amount of details I realize that Glenn has written so that we, the readers, are walking in his shoes and the shoes of those he traveled along side with The scenery may be colorful at times but not always in a good way We travel with him from a messed up childhood to his first taste of greed, a greed that spiraled [...]


  15. Roll Call is a compelling and page turning read Told from the perspective of his own time in prison, tossed with a few bits here and there of fiction The reader gets an up close glimpse of what it s really like behind bars and what can happen with those close to you.It s a long read, well over seven hundred pages, and at times, it gets a bit dry But as the character s backgrounds emerge, the present begins to make sense and I found myself hoping that BJ would turn his life around If you put your [...]


  16. Ok this is the book I was waiting for from Glenn He has totally won me back and I am so pleased with this book It was very long which really pleased me because as you know from my other reviews I read rather quickly and I hate when stories end too fast which was my problem with his other books I had some problems remembering every character because there were so many but that s alright that could just be my terrible memory I really enjoyed the story in this book He portrayed the story very well, [...]


  17. I wish I could give half stars, because I would add a 1 2 This book was interesting, and long which is good for me because I generally read fast and I like stories that last But, it was a tough read sometimes There are a lot of names to keep track of and as the scenes bounce around, I found myself occasionally having to refer back Who was that guy again But I admit, I wanted to keep going forward with the story As someone who has never been to, or ever plans to go to, prison, I was intrigued wit [...]


  18. Best I could give this was two stars.At over 600 pages, it was a real chore to read, but the experiences outlined within the massive and convoluted text were compelling.With a massive edit and copyedit, this has real potential, but at the moment, it is a confusing and jumbled mix between a memoir of crime and prison, and one man s journey to find and keep hold of his God.I skim read a lot of this, and it still took me nearly five days to read.


  19. I found this very difficult to read as there were way too many people introduced within the first 20% of the book which became confusing To add to the confusion, the narration jumped between prison time and the outside world too frequently until my interest waned I have read similar memoirs which were extremely interesting and didn t get bogged down in details as this one did.


  20. This is a rough book to read The writing isn t the greatest, but the story is nevertheless interesting and compelling The contents are hard to believe in a way, but I gather it is reliably true If you would like to learn about prison life and about the drug culture, this is a good book to read.


  21. Being a Scotsman and never being in prison, i have no idea how close this is to being real prison life It does, as does other further books by the author, keep you entertained has peaked my interest a bit to read other american prison books


  22. Good endingI enjoyed the book from start to finish My favorite part has to be the corruption It goes to show there is good and bad everywhere.


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