Monday, July 8, 2013

I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell by Tucker Max

I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell by Tucker Max
2009, Citadel

Synopsis: Tucker Max drinks to excess at inappropriate times, disregards social norms, indulges every whim, takes no responsibility for his actions, rebels against any authority, mocks idiots and posers, sleeps with more women than is safe or reasonable and generally just acts like an asshole. "I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell" contains everything the modern-day bounder that is Tucker Max has written since he started sharing his depraved reality with an audience of millions.

The Good: Max's writing is good. Man knows how to weave a tale. And there is no doubt of large embellishment to his stories. They ring true, as crazy as some may seem.

The Bad: Are we really giving out book deals for stories like this now? I could have been a millionaire, or something. Really, his stories are the same as every other drunken story I have ever heard or experienced. There isn't anything bizarrely special about Max and his antics, other than he's got a little less shame than some and a better vocabulary than many.

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