I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell Paperback
by Tucker Max
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.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 288 pages, 1 integrated b/w photograph
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 27/07/2006
- Category: Humour
- ISBN: 9780141029450
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Review by fist
I'll give Tucker Max one thing: he knows how to tell a story, and I'm sure he tells them well, too (especially over a drink or two - or twenty). Some of the stories aren't that spectacular unless you live in small-town America, maybe, and I know several "close friends" that could easily tell worse booze 'n sex stories from their private lives. After a few chapters the reader can't help but feel that the author was yes indeed an self-centred asshole (which the author readily admits to; and he probably still is, since his contrite asides ring very hollow), but also a small-minded bigot with serious masculinity issues. The first can be fun if tiresome, the second aspect is very unattractive. I couldn't help but think that this is the kind of guy for whom life will get progressively worse as his brain, his body and his relationships with other people will inevitably deteriorate under his destructive impulses. Not recommended.