Nothing’s Sacred by Lewis Black

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I just finished reading “Nothing’s Sacred” by Lewis Black.  The book is a basically a memoir.  It also has a few political/religious rants.

Lewis Black discusses his childhood, college years, and how he became a comedian.  I was impressed by how many times he failed as a stand up comic, but refused to stop trying.  That tenacity is what made him a great success.

I recommend this book, if you would like to know more about the early years of Lewis Black.

I give the book a B-

 

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