Me of Little Faith

Me of Little Faith

by Lewis Black, Hank Gallo
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Me of Little Faith 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 47 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a fan of Lewis Black, so I expected to like this book, and I do. But if you aren't a fan of Lewis Black, if you are very religious, and/or if you are easily offended, don't buy the book because you probably won't like it. I would say that the level of writing was not consistent (in that some parts were really funny, some not so funny), but overall I thought it was an enjoyable read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be a lot more calm than Lewis' last book which at times I could almost hear him going through his hilarious rants. This book doesn't seem to have those rants and at times seems to be actually philosophic. I like Lewis' description of how he is always a Jewish person underneath regardless of what his religious beliefs become. Lewis also has a lot of interesting takes on other religions and a few chapters on people he doesn't like (ex. the current president) talking to G-d. The one thing I could have done without and the reason I didn't give the book a full five stars is the play that he includes in the back of the book. It was like he said 'I have this thing lying around and I'll just throw it into the end of this book.'
Guest More than 1 year ago
WOW...another hit book from comedian Lewis Black. If you love his comedy you will love this book. Although the book does get harsh from time to time the book is very entertaining.Black spares no one in this rants regarding almost every religion on the planet. Even Black states in the preface that if you're REALLY religious..STAY AWAY from this book. A MUST OWN for all lewis black fans
ppignj More than 1 year ago
Lewis Black is definitely demented- in a genius like way. His intelligent ascerbic look at the world's religions is hilariously spot-on! His view is stated, emphatically, as his own- but a view shared by many I believe. It is not easy to make people laugh about religious suicide bombers or Charismatic prophets, but Black manages to do both with ease.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I blew thru this book in about three days, laughing almost all the way thru it. I also realized that religion is at the core of why the Lewis Black we know and love is who he is. His extremely intelligent and darkly hilarious take on the sham that is organized religion spares no one. I also never knew that Lewis had the life experiences that he did before breaking into comedy. The Library of COngress data in the front of the book calls the category 'religious biography', and I never thought I would read anything filed under that. It's spectacular. Well done, except for the horrid play at the end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read.
Fan4SFGiants More than 1 year ago
Lewis Black couldn't explain the differences between Christmas and Hanukkah any better than this! Lewis Black's explanations of why Christmas is so great compared to Hanukkah and why Christians are so obsessed with the holiday are simply brilliantly discussed here!
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