The humor will hook you as you thumb through the book and find funny line after funny line.
By the time I'd gone through the first reading of it, the Boomer Bible had become one of my desert-island books.
While it's an impressive work of satire, what kills me is the fact that there's a built-in cross-reference.
I'm a big fan of this book, especially the first half of this book where it explains the history of time. Not so much a fan. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DWinston
A consuming, comprehensive, and satirical tour of history and modern society that will either offend you terribly or make you laugh out loud and think Laird is one of the smartest... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Deana Z.
headline says it all. This book is a comedy/reality of the world we live in, and I've laughed hysterically through all that I've gotten to so far.Published 15 months ago by Justin Horton
The book is the one of the finest ever written and the service was superb. I would not hesitate to recommend this book to anyone who likes a good laughPublished 18 months ago by AddieT
I have read this book cover-to-cover, but am mostly drawn to the first part of the book, which re-tells human history from the point of view of an arrogant, "A"merican centric baby... Read morePublished 20 months ago by NTKOD
I found the content dull and uninteresting. Someone said it was dry and clever, but after reading 1/8 of it, I was still not captivatedPublished 22 months ago by Michele
I have no idea when I first came into possession of the Boomer Bible, aside from a rainy summer afternoon one year; it must've been before 2001. Read morePublished on April 2, 2013 by Edward Owaki
This is the greatest thing since sliced bread to read.
I love the humor as well as facts in this historic piece any man should read.