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ISBN: 0806527285

ISBN13: 9780806527284

I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell

(Book #1 in the Tucker Max Series)

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Book Overview

Proud of being socially inappropriate and sexually irresponsible, the author shares his carefree experiences.

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6 ratings

Fun Read - Not Much Substance

I admit I purchased this book as a vacation beach read. It's mindless entertainment, actually had me rolling my eyes more than laughing, but it was still enjoyable.

Funny!

This guy is rude and obnoxious but really funny. If you don't get offended easily and find humor in reading about all of the stupid things drunk people do then you'll like this! I watched the movie as well which didn't follow the book exactly but had some really funny moments.

LMAO

Its like listening to your best friends telling drinking stories. You will laugh out loud.

Hilarious

Hilarious, beginning to end. If you don't mind someone being amoral, and are just willing to read it for the laughs, this is for you.

Hands down funniest book ever

I have never laughed so hard in my life. Tears actually rolling down my face. I told my wife to read it after I finished and I could hear her laughing all the way across the house. For the people who think that he's some terrible person who has sex with poor innocent girls, give me a break. It takes 2 to tango as they say. As my wife put it, if there weren't so many whores in the world he'd have a lot less to write about. Anyway, if you don't believe that a mere book can slam you to the floor with uncontrollable laughter, you must not have read this book. Or you're an insufferable prude

Scumbag? Yes. Funny? Sadly, yes.

Reading this book, you have to set aside your own moral compass in order to enjoy it. Make no mistake, Tucker Max is a vile vile person, but his own admittance. And if you try not to think to much about his victims...er...marks...er... girlfriends/hook-ups, then this is a hilarious book. I was laughing so hard at one point towards the end, the guy in the airline seat next to me must have thought I was having a seizure. Definetely worth a read, just make sure you don't expect a warm, touchy-feely, "I've changed my ways" at the end of the book.

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