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...his hilarious approach, particularly in describing some of his more memorable sexcapades, provides very entertaining reading.Read Full Review of God, No!
...the tone is so angry and frequently condescending that many readers are likely to abandon the book before they’ve finished it.Read Full Review of God, No!
Penn reminds the reader of love, family, art, time, and “an impossible universe full of awe and wonder. We have an infinite number of questions we can work on.Read Full Review of God, No!
Of course, the marketplace of ideas in today's America probably isn't receptive to manifestos - and is even less receptive to atheists.Read Full Review of God, No!
...do you really want to get your religious ideas from a man whose post-high-school education was at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College?Read Full Review of God, No!
...This one definitely isn't for the prudish or the easily offended.Read Full Review of God, No!
Jillette’s writing style is brash and abrasive, deliberately less cerebral than...Hitchens (who is a personal hero of the author’s) but it demands and deserves just as much attention.Read Full Review of God, No!
...it’s a rambling, amusing, self-indulgent collection of celebrity encounters, only a few of which ever come around to the subject of atheism.Read Full Review of God, No!
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