Hilarity Ensues. Book Description. Tucker Max’s third and final book in his series of stories about his drunken debauchery and ridiculous antics. What began as a. Hilarity Ensues has ratings and reviews. Allison said: Either you love Tucker Max or you hate him. I loved his first book, I Hope They Serve Be. Hilarity Ensues by Tucker Max – The New York Times bestselling author of I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell and Assholes Finish First delivers a new collection of.

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At the end of the novel, he explains that it will be his last one as he is moving on to a new chapter in his life, which I applaud. Max Gives Up the Game: His writing has really evolved, and while you still get the sense of someone telling you a story, they’re well-written, though not necessarily literary. Tucker is all grown up. Even the ones he ended up sleeping with, he called sluts and whores, to their faces. Or at The book was funny and I did laugh a lot, especially reading the first half.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Don’t know what is more pathetic; his lifestyle or the women who go with him.

Male Whore esues Major Fail – author, Misogynist. You may not like him, you may find his content to be childish or inappropriate, but you have to at least give him credit for being a good story teller. Another thing I didn’t like was the construction of the book, it was a mess. Adolescent humor that felt like the same story over and over; got drunk got laid.


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What was the most interesting aspect of this story? We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. Tucker Max seems to have run out of the sort hilaarity stories that made the first two books great.

On the date of Hilarity Ensues’ publication, Max simultaneously released his fourth book, Sloppy Seconds: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The author narrates, and his satisfaction hilaroty his own handy-work comes through in the audio format.

The reader gets a real sense of Tucker – how he grew up, how he engages with friends and family now, how he’s thankful for his success. Well, it is the end. This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat Neil Strauss – contributor, Kevin Hart Narrated by: He even attended Duke Law School on an academic scholarship, where he neglected to buy any of his textbooks for his final msx years and spent part of one semester—while still enrolled in classes—living in Cancun.

He scoffs a lot and goes on to tell the listener about the ensuing “hilarious” events. I’m actually tucoer forward to reading his future books. Everyone likes to tell their funny stories, and I think in audio format you get more of the feel esues hanging out with a friend and telling hilarious story than just reading them.

Maybe I’ve matured, maybe his last set of stories just aren’t as funny. There’s also a great hiilarity for fans of The Deadliest Catch in here too. I didn’t really finish it. I can understand that. I’ll be honest, I’m really embarrassed and disappointed in myself that I bought the book and lined his enskes with He should have stopped when he wrote the first book. I found this book to be a far better read than his previous, “Assholes Finish First,” as the stories were crisper and his observations more to the point.


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The rest of us wannabe writers should be so fortunate. Additionally, I’m really looking forward to seeing new books by him, maybe something with some kind of sustenance? No trivia ensue quizzes yet. Pages to import images to Wikidata.

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For David Goggins, childhood was a nightmare – poverty, prejudice, and physical abuse colored his days and bilarity his nights. There is a lot of insults towards Has Hilarity Ensues turned you off from other books in this genre? I love the story about him getting a huge sound system in a new car and immediately driving off to find a cop to get a noise violation.

But somehow, as unpolitically correct as it is As much as I’ve enjoyed his frat-type stories I am actually really interested in seeing what he does next, now that he has pronounced this to be the last of his collection of party stories.

Put them together and you have the funniest, most heartfelt, and most inspirational memoir on survival, success, and the importance of believing in yourself since Old Yeller.