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In his memoir Mr. Timmel divulged his secret life as a person who likes to commit sexual acts while dressed up as a animal. Strange yet mesmerizing and captivating.Published 3 months ago by stu
I saw this guy do stand up, and he plugged it during his show. Truly, the book is amazing. He grew up in the same city, in a neighborhood very close to my own. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sarah Shelnutt
My favorite comedian and yet another great book by him. I love them all. I highly recommend you check this guy out.Published 14 months ago by Kali
This is a very interesting autobiography. The author is a wonderful storyteller and can describe things so well that you feel as if you're there watching it happen. Read morePublished 21 months ago by quadfriendtx
I am a comic who gets to travel the road and meet many other comics. Often you don't get to know the guy you are working with well. Read morePublished 22 months ago by S. Mccallister
Here's the thing about Nathan: he looks at the world in a manner unlike any person I've ever met.
Throughout this book, he'll give matter-of-fact descriptions of things... Read more
Honestly, this was the first book that has ever kept my interest and attention long enough to read beyond the first five pages; I'd say that's a HUGE success and should scream... Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by SH
I purchased Mr. Timmel's book after attending one of his comedy shows, which we enjoyed very much. Just finished the book, and I must say, it felt like I was sitting down after the... Read morePublished on April 13, 2013 by Aleta Capelle
If you have ever wondered what goes into the making of a comedic mind then this book is for you. It combines Nathan's life story with interesting anecdotes from two war zones. Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by C. Bielinski