Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday!: More Magical Tales from the Bestselling Author of God, No!
From Emmy Award–winning, world-famous magician Penn Jillette comes an irreverent, hilarious, and provocative book of essays—the perfect gift for the skeptic in your life.
Let's be honest—nobody has more fun than atheists. Don't believe it? Well, consider this: For non-believers, every day you're alive is a day to celebrate! And no one celebrates life to the fullest like Penn Jillette, the larger, louder half of legendary magic duo Penn & Teller, whose spectacularly witty and sharply observant essays in Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday! will entertain zealots and skeptics alike.
Whether he's contemplating the possibility of life after death, deconstructing popular Christmas carols, or just calling bullsh*t on Donald Trump, Jillette does not fail to shock and delight his readers. And as ever, underneath these rollicking rants lie a deeply personal philosophy and a generous spirit, which find joy and meaning in family, and peace in the simple beauty of the everyday. Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday! is a hysterical affirmation of life's magic from one of the most distinctly perceptive and provocative humorists writing today.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Kaethe - LibraryThing
I've been trying to read it for a month and a half, and it's just not working for me. There are things about Jillette that are vastly appealing: he loves his family, he's practical, he's worked hard ... Read full review
EVERY DAY IS AN ATHEIST HOLIDAY!User Review - Kirkus
Jillette (God, No!, 2011, etc.) nails holidays with sarcasm and sensibility.When the author's opening chapter skewers the Christmas classic "Joy to the World" as a schlocky, joyless yuletide anthem ... Read full review
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