The Real Estate Rookie Reviews

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The Real Estate Rookie Reviews

Bob Boog’s latest book, The Real Estate Rookie is Available NOW!

For a physical copy of the book, click here

To listen to the book, click here

Free Download Friday March 31 – Sunday April 3rd.

What are people saying? Is it good or bad? lol

Here are some advanced reviews:

The Real Estate Rookie Review #1:

The Real Estate Rookie by Bob Boog is the often ridiculous, sometimes absurd and always hilarious account of Bob Boog’s journey from someone who would cringe at the very mention of real estate, to one who lived and breathed every moment of it. Boog is a talented writer with a wicked sense of humor and people who work in a specific niche will most likely fall in love with this book.

The Real Estate Rookie softcover edition is 116 pages

For a softcover copy of the book, click here

The Real Estate Rookie Review #2

A novel about a real estate agent selling houses is not something I would normally pick up, but I was pleasantly surprised with what I was presented with. The Real Estate Rookie is a fun read and the writer is very humorous. Mr Boog is good at creating a funny situation out of a mundane one. Characters are well-developed and none are left by the wayside. If you are looking for an easy going, guilt-free book to bring to the beach; one that won’t take too much time out of your day, the Real Estate Rookie is the sort of book to pick up.

the real estate rookie by bob boog book cover

 

The Real Estate Rookie Review #3

So, after reading the entire book, I must say that your writing is very, very good , and I’ve read a various range of books. Your story line flows without any adversities and that takes skill. I like the unique theme of the book itself.  It’s not too long or too short, I think it’s just the right size to make a short but worthwhile read. Great job.

 

The Real Estate Rookie Review #4

Bob Boog brought to the fore the profession of real-estate agent, from an interesting perspective, the action taking place apparently in 1981, in the writer’s youth. I enjoyed the manner in which the author combined the fiction with real facts! He transposed his professional and personal background into a story with shades of romance and a significant dose of humor and realism, making it purely entertaining! I warmly recommend The Real Estate Rookie.

Question: Will there be an audiobook?

Answer: Yes! The files are at the studio now, so it should be out shortly. Here is the cover.

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