The Bible of Unspeakable Truths

The Bible of Unspeakable Truths

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Bible of Unspeakable Truths 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
Billjr13 More than 1 year ago
Greg Gutfeld is the host of Fox TV's Red Eye. He is part libertarian political commentator and part stand up comedian. The Bible of Unspeakable Truths is a lot like the TV show in print. It is Greg's take on the politics, religion, disease, government, food, racism, sex, ethics, the mass media and pop culture. His irreverent style and wit gives the reader a manual for how to think about things by a guy who has also thought about the same things. As Greg would say "Check it out check-it-outers", this is a funny book about some serious things (and some not so serious). It is a book full of Gregalogues, (monologues by Greg) and it is written to entertain. It might not change your mind about your political beliefs, but you will find it funny. And if you disagree with me.
PenName69 More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best books I have ever read, a life changer...After reading this book my obsessive compulsive thoughts of suicide have left me and I even occasionally go outside for a few minutes each week.
Meatwad More than 1 year ago
As usual Greg is, well, rank with awesome awesomeness! Yeah it's like that! Only better! I have refused to read this book in public, for the simple fact that I fear laughing and rolling on the floor. Public floors are dirty people, I've seen what you've stepped in!
SheTX More than 1 year ago
We like Greg and listen to him on Redeye. We are long haul truck drivers and listen on satellite radio. All my book are audio and enjoyed listening to Greg read his own book. Love his outlandish sense of humor and agree with his point of view on most subjects. She B.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A hilarious look at common sense, or the lack of it, in some people.
Carolina025 More than 1 year ago
I will first admit that I am a fan of Greg Gutfeld. That being said the book overall is entertaining and provided many a moment of out loud laughter (poolside, on plane, in waiting room, etc). The writing at times was off-balance but I never did expect a profile in writing (Gutfeld would most likely agree). No regrets, a fun, entertaining book with some great one-liners that will resurface in future conversations!
bigblueXLII More than 1 year ago
I hoped that this book would be as funny as Red Eye on Fox News Channel, but unfortunately, it was very sub-par. There were some good lines, but not many.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Greg Gutfeld is without doubt one of the best authors out there. His books are always entertaining and telling of a society gone amuck.
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UncleDennis More than 1 year ago
Greg is the Great Ringmaster on FoxNews's Red Eye, where he lords over fantastic panels filled with funny, witty, beautiful (sometimes) guests who go over the days/weeks events. Insightful, "The Bible of Unspeakable Truths" puts into print many of the rant-like Greg-a-logues we've come to love (when I finally get to see the Saturday edition of the show, as Red Eye means "Red Eye" during the week). Although the show is a nicely paced circus of information and hilarity, the book seems a bit disjointed at times. Some nice ramblings, but no coherent stringing together or similar topics-- but I understand that this is the way Greg works. An enjoyable book, no doubt about it.
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