From Publishers Weekly
Starred Review. Black, the popular comedian, actor and author, offers a series of essays focused on his so-called spiritual journey in which he struggles to comprehend his relationship to God. Endlessly entertaining and bitingly honest, Black brings the same raw voice he employs in his stand-up. The recording is one long rant about everything religious; books, films, music, and of course politics. It's hard not to identify with Black by the end of this book, and hearing it all from the man himself will surely offend, affect, and ultimately entertain all listeners. A Riverhead hardcover (Reviews, Apr. 21). (July)
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"The only person I know who can actually yell in print form."
"The most engagingly pissed-off comedian ever."
—The Washington Post
"You'll laugh while he's yelling."
"Black throws humorous barbs at televangelism, the Mormon Church, and the Jewish faith in which he was raised."
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