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What's So Funny About Faith: A Memoir from the Intersection of Hilarious and Holy Paperback – October 1, 2012
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A sidebar to the story is his depiction of comedians and comedy and he has a great section where he explains the difference between comedy with a "soul" that might seem "bad" but actually has a message behind it and the sometimes cruel comedy that exists just to get laughs, but hurts and has nothing behind it. My only "negative" is that the book seemed to end abruptly to me- I really wanted to read more of his thoughts!
But don't let this somewhat negative review keep you from buying this book. I want Jacob Martin to succeed as an author, and I would challenge his editors at Loyola Press to do a better job of helping him to shape his works so that this career as a writer will flourish.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought I was reading a book on TV shows for the first few chapters but loved the humor and the chapter on the Exorcist which was hilarious. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TENNISTAPPER PAT
What's So Funny About Faith: A Memoir from the intersection of Hilarious was a good transaction, I like it Thank youPublished on March 31, 2014 by Beth Holdeman
Jacob Martin is funny and faithfilled all at the same time. Wonderful stories about his family and his yearning to be on Saturday Night Live.Published on March 8, 2014 by Eileen Szuba
This is an amazing book. It had a great mix of family, friends and faith. Mr. Martin is a very good writer and the book flows smoothly. Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Kathy Shea