|Artwork by Adam as well. He’s a man of many talents.|
Ok y’all. First of all, it is my absolute pleasure to review this book. It’s by my friend Adam Heath Avitable (name pronounciation here). Does that make me biased? It most certainly does. However, funny is funny no matter who it’s coming from.
This book is wrong on so many levels that it’s right. It’s slightly offensive, in poor taste, disrespectful to the dead (some of whom don’t deserve respect anyway – so in those cases it’s ok) and completely irreverant. Also? Completely funny.
The title is not misleading – there are, indeed, 50 interviews with dead celebrities in this book. Clearly, they are all made up by Adam. For although he is a lawyer by day and a comedian by night – at no time does he profess to be a meduim in his spare time.
I have some definite favorites in the book. Among them are: Peter Graves, Barbara Billingsley, Ed McMahon and Bob Guccione. But there are so many one-liners in here that just made he laugh right outloud (and then IM the one liner to Adam - as if he didn’t know it was already funny).
Adam aptly displays death as the great equalizer it is. It doesn’t matter who you are, what you’ve done, what you’ve accomplished… death comes for you eventually. And if you were famous enough, Adam will shortly follow.
Yes, I’m biased. Obviously. I adore Adam. I think the book is fantastic. But really, don’t take my word for it. Today is the last day to get the book free on Amazon for the Kindle. So get it today and experience the funny for yourself.