Book Review: I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell

August 19, 2009

This is a review from my Favorite Books list; the link from which will be also on the Books Page.


“All the events depicted in the stories are completely true. Only certain dates, characteristics, and places are changed to protect me from criminal prosecution or civil liability. I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed living it. “

Where do I begin with the review of this one? For the uninformed, Tucker Max is some regular dude who went to college somewhere and then some law school; the places are unimportant. But whet happened in these places, the way they happened, and the fact that Tucker is a helluva storyteller make this book an uber page-turner to say THE LEAST.

Phu turned me onto Tucker one day when telling me how hilarious the book was, but from the cover I was not close to interested. While in Montenegro on one of many boring afternoons, I opened it up and that was that. I read this book in about 4 days. Being that Beer In Hell has nothing to do with sports, personal development, human psychology, or business, that says a lot of the author and the material.

Tucker’s work is more like a TV show than it is a book; so much that I gave the book to Wes — whom I have never known to read books — and he devoured it in 2 weeks.

Just go to the book store, find this book, and read the back cover. You’ll buy it.


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