I was a bit disappointed with this piece. The book wasn't exactly bad, but as a fan of Lewis Black's comedy specials involving him getting worked up and ranting about observations of stupidity. This is actually a calm and rational narrative of Black's experiences with religion and the supernatural. It has a couple bits of sarcastic humor, but the most part I would argue that this book should be moved from comedy to the nonfiction section.
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