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Every Day Is An Atheist Holiday!

More Magical Tales From the Author of God, No!
Jillette, Penn (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Every Day Is An Atheist Holiday!


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Let's be honest--nobody has more fun than atheists. Don't believe it? Well, consider this: For nonbelievers, every day you're alive is a day to celebrate! And no one celebrates life to the fullest like Penn Jillette--the larger, louder half of legendary magic duo Penn & Teller--whose spectacularly witty and sharply observant essays in Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday! will entertain zealots and skeptics alike. Whether he's contemplating the possibility of life after death, deconstructing popular Christmas carols, or just calling bullsh*t on Donald Trump's apprentice training, Jillette does not fail to shock and delight his readers. And as ever, underneath these rollicking rants lie a deeply personal philosophy and a generous spirit, which find joy and meaning in family, and peace in the simple beauty of the everyday.  Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday! is a hysterical affirmation of life's magic from one of the most distinctly perceptive and provocative humorists writing today.   .
Authors: Jillette, Penn
Title: Every day is an atheist holiday!
more magical tales from the author of God, no!
Publisher: New York :, Blue Rider Press,, 2012.
Characteristics: 285 p. :,ill. ;,25 cm.
Local Note: 6 15 16 17 18 29 53 54 60 61 71 76 79 118 133 148 151 152 153 173 244 245 250
ISBN: 9780399161568
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Report This Aug 27, 2013
  • thomd rated this: 2 stars out of 5.

Each chapter starts is labeled for a holiday, which has little or nothing to do with the rambling contents. Occasional bits of funny, but in general nowhere near as good as God No. Also, if I *never* hear Penn talk about Clay Aiken again, it will be too soon. Sheesh! (Aug 12-27)

How does one write a book about ones views and experiences without being self-absorbed?

Report This Apr 09, 2013
  • LaughingOne rated this: 0.5 stars out of 5.

Not my kind of humour at all. It was too self-absorbed for me. I like Penn and Teller; I liked Penn by himself much less.

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