How to Make Jotaro’s Hair Grow” is the second release in the Beethoven series, and it continues the story of our main character, Jotaro Shabazz. After a tragic car accident that leaves him in a coma, Jotaro awakens from a mysterious trance to find himself in New York City. There he runs into his old friend Doctor Zenobia, who wants Jotaro to take him to the Africa Islands to help him cure ailing patients, but Jotaro refuses, citing his vow to protect Shabazz. However, when a mysterious stranger calls out to Jotaro, telling him that his friend Doctor Zenobia has been attacked by vampires, Jotaro must take up the quest himself… How to make Jotaro’s Hair grow is filled with interesting twists and turns, as well as some great one-liners from the many celebrities involved. Although this novel is more of a comedy than a science fiction tale, it does have a few surprises, especially in the vampire genre.
The main characters in the novel, including Jotaro and Zenobia, are given very detailed descriptions, as is the history of their relationship. The novel provides a nice balance between humor and serious reflection and is well-paced despite its length. It will entertain readers of all ages.
“How to Make Jotaro’s Hair Grow” by Joseph Keough is definitely not your run-of-the-mill funny book. Some of the stories are unbelievable, while other stories are just plain weird. In general, the story and writing are well-written and captivating. I especially liked some of Jotaro’s crazy quotes, such as, “I’ve seen worse than that in an insane asylum!” I also found it believable when Jotaro would say things like, “She has big toes, and they’re rotting.”
One of the greatest things about this book is that it contains short stories throughout the novel. While the short stories are not very long, they do have enough content to keep the reader entertained. There were also parts where I felt the short story was a bit redundant, but overall this is a great book and highly recommended. If you are looking for a light-hearted and humorous book to read, this is the right choice.
The thing I like about Jotaro’s story, especially his voice, is that it is a high-quality one. There is no shoving of facts or outright lying for that matter. Everything is either told truthfully or implied truthfully. The story is told with the utmost respect and credibility, not spun to suit one’s need to be in a particular situation. This is the kind of story a young man would like to hear, whether he likes it or not.
What I also really like about this story is that Jotaro’s character seems real and that it makes you want to read more because the story is so real. We all have had people in our life that seem like they are real. They speak with the voice of a true person, and this is one of the hardest things to pull off in fiction. You cannot help but feel a little bit of envy when you meet someone who can bring life to your imagination. This is a guy who can do just that, and he does it with a skill that most of us will never be able to duplicate. He tells the story with flair, humor, and gravitas.
The short stories in How to Make Jotaro’s Argentina are all stand-out pieces. None of them are predictable, and each one is a gem of a story. None are overlong or dull, and all are just as fun to read as they are to write. Jotaro’s personality shines through as he tells each short story, and his mannerisms are so endearing and authentic that you really feel like he is sharing a part of his life with you in the story.
The stories in How to Make Jotaro’s Argentina are like small mini-episodes of a novel, and it’s a wonderful way to experience a little bit of the author’s life. Each story is unique, and it’s impossible not to be moved by the beautiful imagery that goes into each one. If you enjoy short stories that are heartwarming and full of life, you will love this collection of short stories. It’ll make you smile, and it will make you feel good.