3 Days in Rome

3 Days in Rome

by Scott D. Southard


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A funny, unpredictable love story about life, death, the afterlife, and everything in between.

I'm the real author of 3 Days In Rome and I'm dead. Gee, I hope that thought doesn't scare you too much. I'm not like a bogey ghost or anything. (Actually ghosts aren't really that big a deal, it's usually just us dead when we have nothing better to do). I'm just a normal dead person and I've written my autobiography. Most of the dead up here in Heaven have written autobiographies. Of course, I've decided to do mine differently than the others...

Funny thing is, Scott told me not to bring this up. He believes that if I come out here and state all these facts about Heaven he would be in big trouble since his name is on the novel. But the book is about more than the truths of Heaven! It's also about the great love affair I had while alive. And we had one Hell of an amazing romance! We were wanted by the authorities and the Mafia and all we could think of was each other. Those were the greatest days of my...whatever.

3 Days In Rome is an unpredictable and comic love story about life, death, the Afterlife and everything in between.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595179671
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 05/10/2001
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.93(d)

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3 Days in Rome 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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I do not recommend this book, very boring pointless jokes. T.V. sitcomish, I am greatly disappointed. Poor religious themes and wacky humor made me uncomfortable at times.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bad purchase-slap my hand...ouch!! I believe this is a work of offensive anti-Pope views, with 'I don't quite get it' jokes, trashy situations in all respects. I am sorry B.C. this did not hold my interest either. Did not like long pages with groups of items. Similar to all sitcoms flooding our T.V.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An extremely entertaining page turner filled with witty humor, a refreshingly unique story, and a heart wrenching ending that will remain with you a lifetime. HAH! How many 5 Star book reviews with the above text tagging along have you read in your lifetime? Right, anyways... Take a chance on this book as I did in not knowing much about the writer, the literary style, nor what lay in store for you within the pages. Be bewildered... grin from ear to ear... laugh out loud... cry... put the book down because you just can't take anymore emotionally and then pick it up again to find out what happens next. Be sure to thank whoever sent you to this page or mentioned the book to you because you've been shown a literary masterpiece. On that note, THANKS ADAM! =)
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I first discoved Elizabeth (My daughter) was reading this book, I was appalled. Appalled, I say! I expected such silliness from her younger sister, Lydia, but never from her. So I snatched the book away from her immediately. What would her father have said if he caught her reading this book? Elizabeth was very upset at my action and to this day argues that this is a very good book. I must admit though I have become a fan of the book and read it in my spare time when the girls are away at Bingley manor. If I met Moonboy before I met Mr. Bennett... Well, I dare not think what direction my life might have taken.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The world is filled with phonies. As I walk the streets of New York City I see phonies everywhere. When I was handed this book I expected there to be phonies in it too, but there isn't. Moonboy isn't a phony, let me tell you. I really enjoyed this film. I almost showed it to my brother who writes in Hollywood, but he would probably try to make it into a movie so I didn't. I will probably show it to my sister when she is older. This book would really make her laugh.