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Friday, June 9, 2017
DIARY of a JACKWAGON by Tim Hawkins and John Driver
Published in 2015 by Thomas Nelson.
I am a giant fan of Tim Hawkins and have been ever since he used to run an infomercial on late night TV for his 2007 DVD Full Range of Motion. I have tickets to go see him in concert at the end of July with my family.
But, this book was mostly a re-hash of his routines - routines that I dearly love but not nearly as funny when I am reading them as they are when he delivers them. As I was reading, I kept thinking that these would be a whole lot more funny if he was saying them. Hawkins added extra material to support the stuff from his routines but the whole package ends up being just 3 stars out of 5.
This book can be found on Amazon.com here: Diary of a Jackwagon by Tim Hawkins.