Anythony Bourdain tells you his feelings on a few things--most of his feelings are mixed (e.g., Alice Waters he rips a new one and then understands), while some are pretty straight foward (e.g., Alan Richman--the two won't be having dinner anytime soon). It is funny, then depressing, then funny.
I had no problem with the amount of profanity in the book--it is obvious that how he wants the story told. It works.
He is a wonderful storyteller and he is the one reading his book--that makes it worthwhile.
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