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F*ck Whales

F ck Whales A collection of satirical crass comedic essays from famed Internet personality and New York Times bestselling author Maddox of the infamous website The Best Page in the Universe In this third book f

  • Title: F*ck Whales
  • Author: Maddox
  • ISBN: 9781476794983
  • Page: 135
  • Format: ebook
  • A collection of satirical, crass, comedic essays from famed Internet personality and New York Times bestselling author Maddox of the infamous website The Best Page in the Universe In this third book from Maddox, the reigning king of Internet satire delivers a collection of humorous, unapologetic essays in the same voice that propelled him into comedic stardom With all neA collection of satirical, crass, comedic essays from famed Internet personality and New York Times bestselling author Maddox of the infamous website The Best Page in the Universe In this third book from Maddox, the reigning king of Internet satire delivers a collection of humorous, unapologetic essays in the same voice that propelled him into comedic stardom With all new material, F ck Whales doesn t fail to deliver on his personal brand of satire, complete with self promotion, petty rants and brilliant essays on anything and everything Maddox deems worthy of his ire.

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    1. G.R. Reader on said:

      I am writing on behalf of my client, Mr K. Whale, of no fixed abode but currently about 110 nautical miles east north east of Novia Scotia. As a lifelong cetacean, Mr Whale was grossly offended by the title of this book, and he was consequently pleased to see the brief but robust review posted on October 19 2017 by Jamie. He was distressed to learn that said review has since been removed by the administrators. Mr Whale wishes me to quote the full text of the review, which runs as follows:did no [...]

    2. Joseph Young on said:

      There are definitely points of genius in this book. When Maddox goes into one of his imaginative allegories to rip apart an opposing argument or just make a sharp counterpoint, it often times made me laugh out loud. There were several weak chapters, where he goes into "Professor Maddox" mode and manages to bore the whole class to putting a gun to their heads and pulling the trigger. If we wanted a dry encyclopedia entry we'd go to . Thankfully, there aren't too many of these chapters. There's a [...]

    3. Brit on said:

      Was so Happy that I got this Book through a Giveaway. Was one of the craziest, stupidest, humorous book I have ever read in my entire life. I read it in one sitting cause it was like a train wreck I couldn't put it down.

    4. Michael on said:

      I've been a Maddox fan for many years, but this isn't one of his better efforts. Don't get me wrong--it's still pretty good, but not GREAT. Maddox's writing, while darkly satirical, is often very insightful. For instance, in this book he rants against the television series, "Game of Thrones." I enjoyed that bit, because I have never watched a single episode, and I have no plans to ever do so. He points out that you could complete a university class on English Tudor history in less time required [...]

    5. MCRide on said:

      Read the reviews for Alphabet of Manliness or go to The Best Page in the Universe if you want an idea if you will like like Maddox's style. Since it's so similar, it's easier to just recommend this book to certain types of people.Recommended for:- People who like re-hashed content. - People who have never read alphabet of manliness and find this book in the bargain bin.- Pseudo-intellectuals and people who use the word 'dichotomy'.- People who like reading inane musings of a cynic devoid of come [...]

    6. Bryan Schneider on said:

      Maddox truly has lost his edge. I am at a loss for words after reading what I was looking forward to for the past 2 years, a new book from Maddox. This book was a lot of recycled content from his articles as expected but with no interesting takes, none of its novelty or edge. I don't know what to say but as a disappointed fan don't come to this book for nostalgia from his previous 2 books. That being said this book has an odd format and doesn't really add anything to the dialog. I truly miss whe [...]

    7. Veronica on said:

      What even is this book? :0:p #christmaspresentMaddox brought up some very good points in several of the short essays. A few of his pointed comments had me laughing aloud and everyone looking at me like I was crazy. However, some chapters were too serious. The F*ck Families essay, for example, did not come off as petty or charming but bitter and biased. A couple other chapters were thin in content and it seemed as if Maddox was stretching just to add more pages. Overall very enjoyable, I will rec [...]

    8. Jean-sébastien Goulet on said:

      It was not a bad book at all, even if it was mostly a written form of ideas Maddox expressed in the biggest problem in the universe podcast. I had a couple of good laughs, but a lot less than I expected. Still worth a read if you have ever been a fan of Maddox but not as much fun as his first book. It just felt so serious compared to the Alphabet of Manliness.It's really too bad that it got a bad reputation with all that's been happening with Maddox lately, I'm sure he would have sold more.

    9. Tom on said:

      This is not a bad book and the first three chapters where he talks about ridiculous topics such as his hatred of whales are great and felt very Dave Berryish. However the later chapter begin to turn into rants against "political correctness" and other issues. There are still funny parts and sometimes his points are interesting and well argued. However they are often boring and not worth it. Read the first three essays and then put the book back.

    10. Stephanie Harlan on said:

      It was stupid, but funny. At times I was angry, and at other times I was laughing out loud. It was surprising how many good points Maddox made throughout a book that literally shit on everything.

    11. Cathy on said:

      F*ck authors that believe they are exceptional.I received this book from a giveaway.

    12. Bill Alliston on said:

      Amusing, irritating, scandalous, at many times boring. Not one of the major authors but there is a place for Maddox on the shelves of some individuals.

    13. Sues on said:

      Read this over lunch. My first of his, a few giggles. Not my type of book but worth a few laughs.

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