Oh sh!t, you're black! - Lawrence D. Elliott

So we've got a black dude who has a white voice, and over the phone gets mistaken a lot for a white guy, but when he shows up to meet people, they're surprised that he's black. That's it! I keep waiting for something to happen, but it didn't. He keeps getting mistaken for a white guy over the phone, and people show surprise when he turns up and is black.

Didn't I just say that?

I guess I did, but that's the jist of the book. It just repeats this theme again and again. Totally pointless