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Publisher's Summary

Here's Tucker Max's third and final book in his series of stories about his drunken debauchery and ridiculous antics. What began as a simple sentence on an obscure website, "My name is Tucker Max, and I am an asshole," and developed into two infamously genre-defining books, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell and Assholes Finish First, ends here. But as you should expect from Tucker by now, he is going out with a bang - literally and figuratively.

In this book, you'll learn:

  • How to live and work in Cancun, while still enrolled in Law School
  • Why Halloween is really awesome
  • How to subtly torture a high-strung roommate until he explodes with furious anger over a misplaced condiment
  • What really happened when a dirty pageant girl tried to sue Tucker because he told the truth
  • Why you should never accept a homemade treat from a hippie with a van, and
  • What happens when Tucker turns sexting into a sport.

He's still Tucker Max, and - for one more book - he's still an asshole.

©2012 Tucker Max (P)2012 Tucker Max

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Great stories!

Great audio book! Tucker's stories kept me making time to listen. Thanks for sharing Brother!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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I like Tucker Max because his stories are NOT for everyone & his books stop me from killing myself

All you people, wait I should say WOMEN need to understand that these books are not your romantic novels or kid friendly stuff they are vulgar true stories that he uses as therapy for an inner problem he has. So you need to lay off of him & learn to laugh because I sure do at his stuff. Tucker Max for President!!!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Hilarious...thank you Tucker for narrating.

Listen and laugh. Some of the most enjoyable material you will ever read/listen to. A ridiculous riding off into the sunset for Mr. Max.

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favorite author

Worth the listen! better performance than past audio books. I have followed his career and have never been disappointed.

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  • Luke
  • KAILUA, HI, United States
  • 01-07-14

More of the same, which is pretty d@mn funny

What made the experience of listening to Hilarity Ensues the most enjoyable?

The author narrates, and his satisfaction with his own handy-work comes through in the audio format.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I love the story about him getting a huge sound system in a new car and immediately driving off to find a cop to get a noise violation. <br/>The stories about just getting wasted and annoying people were a little boring.

What does Tucker Max bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The book is a collection of funny stories. Everyone likes to tell their funny stories, and I think in audio format you get more of the feel of hanging out with a friend and telling hilarious story than just reading them.

Any additional comments?

If you are familiar with this genre, you won't be amazed, but not disappointed either.

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  • Beth
  • Arvada, CO, United States
  • 04-18-13

Well, it is the end.

If you could sum up Hilarity Ensues in three words, what would they be?

Leftovers

What about Tucker Max’s performance did you like?

That he is telling his own stories.

Any additional comments?

I'm really glad Tucker Max isn't going to stop writing but I'm really glad he is going to stop writing satire. This book wasn't as funny as the other 2 but I'm not sorry that I read it. Still funny, still kinda believable or not. I don't care if the stories are real or not, he is funny.

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Just horrible

A dudebro getting drunk and f*ing drunk "sluts".
Hilarity doesn't ensue.
This is like a sad and empty version of blue mountain state where the comedy is totally missing.

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  • Angie
  • SAN MARCOS, TX, United States
  • 04-10-13

Unbearable.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

A refund.

Has Hilarity Ensues turned you off from other books in this genre?

Yes. Unless I want to use them as an education for my daughters about how some men think so they will know to RUN.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

He wrote it. No. He lived it.

What character would you cut from Hilarity Ensues?

His penis.

Any additional comments?

It's EXTREMELY difficult to offend me. I made it 20 minutes into this. Wasted time. Wasted money. I'm very sorry he didn't get an apology from the girl in whom he found a used condom. I'm very sorry I didn't read the reviews. I just couldn't imagine... Silly me.

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Hilarity did not ensue

Adolescent humor that felt like the same story over and over; got drunk got laid. One chapter was enough

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Trilogy complete.

It's a compelling listen. Let me qualify that though. If you read 'Beer In Hell' or 'Finish First' and enjoyed those, you'll like this one too. If you've never heard of Tucker Max before I don't recommend starting with this book - consider this is Part III of III of Tucker's Fratire Trilogy.

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  • Richardmk
  • 03-30-14

An American guy telling us how great he is.....

After listening to a long 40+ hour epic book, I decided that I should take in something for some light hearted relief. As the title suggests this one proclaims itself as hilarious and I thought therefore a perfect choice.

Well, hilarious it is not. The story is supposedly all true and based on the real life adventures of a young American guy, Tucker Max.

Narrated by the man himself, (very nasally, I may add) he seems all too proud with his antics, and all too eager to advise the listener just where that listener has been going wrong all these years when it comes to the opposite sex.

He's slept with practically the entire population of women in America just by telling the truth.... Simple, eh? He further implies that if you're an obnoxious gimp, you don't have to be nice when chatting up an American Girl, just rude. She'll fall at your feet...

Maybe the book didn't travel we'll over the water, but if the good people of the US, truly find these immature diary reading hilarious, which I doubt, they need some of our classic comedy over there.

An example of one story is, told through his nostrils, about the time he started being intimate with a girl only to find a used contraceptive already there. He scoffs a lot and goes on to tell the listener about the ensuing "hilarious" events. We'll Mr Max I can give you some advice here, if that is really the type of girls you're picking up, is it no wonder you've been with so many!

In Summary **yawn**








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