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A Quick Tip by apayne628

  • Jun 15, 2010
A hilarious book that is great for when you are on the treadmill or don't have time to sit down and read a book straight through. Each chapter tells a different hysterical tale about the life of Tucker Max. This is not a book for the faint of heart!
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November 07, 2010
Thanks for the fair warning. I probably won't be reading this title anytime soon, but I did enjoy your QT!
 
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review by . July 12, 2010
I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell seems like novel straight from some fraternity's memoir. Max Tucker recounts stories of his partying, womanizing, and in general stupidness during his years in law school at Duke. A book that has gotten a lot of attention in recent times because he graphically writes about his sexual encounters with women. It is one of those novels that you pick up to read a few of the chapters to get a laugh but obviously there is no real value or substance in it. Written in noncontinuous&n …
Quick Tip by . June 22, 2010
A misogynistic yet colorful collection of tall tales.
review by . September 12, 2009
Pros: The funniest thing I've read since...since reading these stories online.      Cons: Raw sexual situations, objectionable language, likely to offend all five senses in every way.      The Bottom Line: ...Of course, I don't really consider those cons, because without them, there would be no book, or if there was, it wouldn't be half as good...      In college, I was introduced to TuckerMax.com. It was there my roommate and …
review by . April 11, 2009
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Tucker Max's account of his life reads more like all those jokes and stories you hear that are shortly followed by "you had to be there" or "it would be funnier if you had been there." The various stories seem more like well described inside jokes.      I thought I would really enjoy this book, but unfortunately I was ultimately disappointed. While outrageous, his stories were really not that engaging or interesting. The first half of the book was truly juvenile with not a lot …
review by . December 25, 2008
Tucker Max's account of his life reads more like all those jokes and stories you hear that are shortly followed by "you had to be there" or "it would be funnier if you had been there." The various stories seem more like well described inside jokes.    I thought I would really enjoy this book, but unfortunately I was ultimately disappointed. While outrageous, his stories were really not that engaging or interesting. The first half of the book was truly juvenile with not a lot …
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I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell is a book written by Tucker Max, published in 2006, that details anecdotal stories of debauchery and belligerence. It made the New York Times Bestseller list in 2006, 2007 and 2008. It sold an estimated 70,000 copies its first year.

Composed of short stories narrated by the author, the book is told in a highly embellished style and often focuses on the narrator's humorous excess. The stories normally deal with themes of drinking (often to excess), insulting people, and embarrassing sexual encounters. A sequel, entitled 'Assholes Finish First', is set to be released by Simon and Schuster in 2009.

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ISBN-10: 0806527285
ISBN-13: 978-0806531069
Author: Tucker Max
Genre: Non-fiction
Publisher: Citadel Press
Date Published: January 1, 2006
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