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The incredible true story of a teenage hacker from Germany who goes to New York looking for love What could possibly go wrong?Bad Choices Make Good Stories is a darkly funny coming of age novel based on true events Oliver a teenage hacker living in Germany meets Donna online She's an American girl living in New York After chatting and talking on the phone for months he finally decides to surprise her with a visit But he soon finds out that things are not what they appeared to be and that this visit will change his life forever


10 thoughts on “Bad Choices Make Good Stories

  1. says:

    Oh boyIt is hard to review this book when I kind of really disliked the protagonist It is even harder to be impartial when the main character is a real life person Sorry Oliver Markus BlackThroughout the stories Markus Black seems to celebrate some the most seediest parts of his life and when things don’t necessarily go his way he paints himself as the victimHis stories became tedious to read because they were so egocentric and I rapidly became bored with his vapid talesBad Choices Make Good Stories may be the title of the book but it wasn’t that interesting to meBad Choices Make Good Stories by Oliver Markus Malloy is available nowFor information regarding Oliver Markus Malloy olivermmalloy please visit wwwmallyrocks


  2. says:

    Excellent read I was captivated by the authors blunt honesty of the drugs and sex trade that is running rampant in our country He spoke with truth and he did not hold back I loved the fact that he did not worry about being politically correct Everyone is far too sensitive on too many things and we need to focus on the true reality of what is going on Bravo I will read everything you write


  3. says:

    Very well written I read it in one sitting without even taking a break That's pretty rare


  4. says:

    Raw and Eye OpeningYou can learn a lot from a person's life This book was eye opening honest and very informative I highly recommend reading it


  5. says:

    The memoir Bad Choices Make Good Stories Going to New York by Oliver Markus Malloy is the first part of an autobiographical account about the author Oliver who met a woman in New York as a well known computer hacker from Germany He decides to come to New York where he finally meets the woman he has been in contact with for years and eventually becomes an American citizen His story deals with hacking personal relationships involving drugs and prostitution and many other strange characters A fair warning that this is only the first part of his autobiography and there is a cliffhanger that will leave you waiting for the next book Oliver certainly has led a very colorful life and has a very caring and giving disposition that has gotten him into some less than favorable situations His story is intriguing right from the beginning when he became the focus of an FBI investigation in his youth While he has made many good decisions with making money and worked diligently and wisely to be able to live a life most of us would love to have his personal relationships with women have led him into some rather crazy territory I loved reading about his relationship with Alice and the clever whys he tries to save her I rather hope he succeeds in his second book but his genuine care and love for her was very inspiring to me I also enjoyed the other crazy situations he found himself in when he decided to start dating The book has a good pace and I found it interesting and was wrapped up in it from the start The style the author has in telling us his story is both humorous especially when he realizes how silly some of his decisions have been and tells us to shut up because he knows what we are thinking and create great tension like when he sets up some situations to try to get the results he wants and it creates great drama The way he describes his relationships with the women who respond to his dating ad create interesting and vivid characters that will be hard to forget; even if the author might like to forget them I was also impressed with the way time was handled in the memoir I find it to be one of the hardest things to deal with in writing a memoir and while the author does have overlapping stories to some degree as most memoirs do it is handled in a very neat way that leave no confusion The book is also well structured and professionally edited I believe readers will really enjoy this story and become very caught up in the characters and how their situations turn out I can’t wait to read the second part of this book and see how everything turns out The tension it ended on has me hooked like the end of a season on a TV drama This memoir is an excellent and well done piece that will be well received


  6. says:

    This is a dark and humorous novel based on true events The reader is taken on a journey through the life of Oliver beginning with him as a teenage hacker living in Germany Who knew that hacking life could be so interesting and even include FBI raids? He meets fellow hacker Donna of whom he gets close to over time and eventually falls in love This lands him in New York after which he dabbles in such employment ventures as a cartoonist cab driver production manager and internet millionaireHis story is raw and honest and includes sex and bad relationships drugs and codependency crime betrayal and abusive situations It is not a book for someone sensitive to particular triggers or those who are easily offended by harsh language or unsavory and possibly immoral actionsOliver Markus Malloy grabs the attention of his readers from the very beginning and then keeps it through to the end Everything along the way is engaging and entertaining I didn't always agree with Oliver's thoughts or actions but I found myself constantly rooting for him I was invested and wanted to see where life was taking him He definitely proved than once that love can cause you to make bad decisions and then repeat those same kinds of decisions multiple timesI enjoyed the author's writing style and this was an easy book to read The uotes in the beginning of the chapters added to the appeal If you enjoy dark humor and can handle reading about the lifestyle surrounding sex and drugs and poor decisions then I highly recommend giving this book a shot I personally plan to continue this little journey with Oliver in Florida through his next book


  7. says:

    I downloaded this book for free from because I was looking for new things to read but it's the euivalent of being promised a Rolling Stones concert getting there and having a guy come onstage and just scream for 10 minutesI read it uickly because I wanted so badly for there to be a resolution but it was just a series of set ups and masturbatory explanations mixed with white knighting and self aggrandizing If he'd stuck with one theme it might have been bearable but he jumped around and desperately over explained his greatness vs the women's victim of circumstance statuses to the point where you kind of hope one of the many many people he screwed over would stab him in the eyeHis bad choices made boring stories I'm afraid


  8. says:

    Like listening to the angry guy next to you at the barThis book veers to all sorts of bad choices hacking an abusive childhood not really a choice postal fraud a poor marriage choice bad dates the Holocaust no really prostitution drugs religion drugs bad dates Unfortunately the title of the book is false While I'm sure it's meant to be entertaining it reads as a litany of rambling complaints about situations the author found himself in with sporadic famous uotes I hope his life has improved since but can't bear to read the promised seuel to find out


  9. says:

    WowI read this you are an enabler Are you afraid to have a relationship with an emotionally stable woman? One who is not a drunk or druggie? You have you sound like a nice man DO not let others use you any YOU are good enough to be loved for you not your I hope you find a woman who is good to you also


  10. says:

    I expected a decent read but the book is badly written I particularly did not like the author's superior attitude The story is also not plausible it's like fiction I gave up reading after first twenty pages All in all very disappointing