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Memoirs of a Nation Gone Nuts: A Satirical Review of Election 2016 Paperback – April 29, 2017
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About the Author
Kenny Kahn Kilpatrick is a political satirist and the CEO of a successful public relations agency in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Kenny also writes and performs parodies of hit songs that made the charts over the past four decades. What makes Ken tick? He is a once-homeless, twice high school dropout, former drunk and forever recovering and relapsing drug addict. Beginning at the ages of 3 and 4, Ken and his younger sister suffered childhood trauma as they were molested and tortured by two babysitters over several years. At the time of this writing, Ken is 19 years sober. And there’s still a hole in his soul. So he writes. Writing is his therapy that relieves him from the childhood trauma that to this day still haunts him. It’s his release. It’s his medicine. And it works. Though it’s his medicine, writing isn’t about Ken. It’s about his readers. The twisted humor inside of him has shaped the satirical pieces he creates. And those pieces have made others laugh and forget about life for a while. That means the world to Ken. Ken uses his writing and business skills to help others who have suffered trauma from child molestation. In sum, Kenny Kahn Kilpatrick is the most interesting and unpredictable person you will ever meet.
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Edit to add: I got my copy on mother's day and literally didn't put it down until it was finished that night. My earlier review was while I was a third into the book. It just kept getting better. Whether you are far left or far right or anywhere in between, this book is the most humerus review of the 2016 election you will ever read. It has a very unique format. It took me a while to catch on. Ken has always been a satirical writer. In this book he took some of his best blogs from Facebook, compiled them into a book, with the addition of the best comments to those blogs. What makes it especially funny is when the commenters do not realize what they just read was satire and get up in arms about the "article". A very good read, very accurate as far as what as happened over the last year, and just plain fun.
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A must read for political junkies.