This is vintage Penn. If you love their Showtime series, you will love this book. The story about the ultra-orthodox leaving their faith and one of them enjoying his first non-kosher meal with the P&T posse is one of many that brought a smile to my face.
How will I ever forget about the
Penn performing as the soft-hearted Penn when talking about his parents and sister was touching - because it wasn't a performance at all.
Imagining Penn's you-tube exhortation to the faithful to really live their faith being shown in fundamentalist churches. Priceless.
There is a lot more to this book than Penn making the case against God. He has strong opinions on many other topics. And a lot of great stories.
I would have listened to this in one sitting, but some of Penn's stories about people,
Great journey into the mind of an atheist.
I loved the stories from Penn's own history. The stories of the death of his mother, and sister moved me to tears.
More about Penn Jillette than the subtitle
Yes. But this is more in-depth.
Great performance. Penn Jillette is a raunchy, loud mouth and somehow lovable.
It felt like Penn was telling his stories to you, not just a random audience.
The hair dryer story.
It was not funny - boring - his voice was grating -
material was not funny for anyone to read
If you aren't sure what you believe, Penn does a great job of summing it up and making you think about how you define yourself.
Summed up how I feel perfectly and in an entertaining manner. I like it when a book stimulates your interest while maintaining a sense of humor. Religion and religious people take themselves too seriously.
I like it when author's read their own books, especially when it is autobiographical in nature. It helps when the author is also an entertainer who knows how to express their views.
Yes, but I enjoy stretching them out over a week of commuting.
The narration by Penn Jillette is just totally amazing. The book itself is excellent but with Penn's enthusiastic narration just make it totally amazing!
This is really a great book I loved it. If your a fan of penn and teller you'll love this book. This book is hilarious although very crude. He is a very smart man and i agree with him on a lot of topics but the one issue I had with this book is that only about 1/3 of the book actually talked about