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Assholes Finish First by Tucker Max

Assholes Finish First (2010)

by Tucker Max

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An attempt to be irreverent and funny. He achieves the first, but misses the mark on the second. Rather juvenile and pathetic. ( )
  VGAHarris | Jan 19, 2015 |
Many funny parts but overall not as good as I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell. Still caught myself laughing out loud which is extremely rare for me when reading. I also noted a bit more of a reflective narrative in this one which Max occasionally thinking about family and relationships. This kind of thought was unseen in the first book. ( )
  briandarvell | Nov 12, 2014 |
The Good: Tucker Max has grown up. A little. Enough that he's sort of over constant random sex and debauchery. This is what makes Assholes Finish First readable. In his previous book, Max was a grating little boy enthralled with his own penis. At least in some of these stories, he's matured enough to realize the ridiculousness he perpetrates isn't always hilarious.

The Bad: Max is still a jerk. He continues to mock women, a large part of what made him famous in the first place. It's expected, but it's also sort of stupid. How many times can people read him ridiculing the naive and stupid? It's like he's stuck on repeat. ( )
  TequilaReader | May 19, 2014 |
Picked it up. Read it for a while. And then left it.
Well, disgusting and gross are the words he would like readers to put for his book. And no one would change.

The star I give is for this.
Went downhill after that.

I wouldn't expect to even see this book on any bookshelf in India. Not that I did. ( )
  maheswaranm | Mar 20, 2014 |
Tucker Max...grows up?

If you don't like Tucker Max or the idea of the fratire genre, this book isn't for you.

But it's an interesting follow up to IHTSBIH. The first part is traditional Tucker Max, but then you are treated to stories of an older Tucker. A Tucker who is willing to be self-deprecating, admit that "yes, he sometimes fails" and "no, he doesn't party all the time." ( )
  ErikaWasTaken | Sep 22, 2013 |
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Presents a new collection of alcohol-induced "fratire" adventures in hedonism that convey the author's experiences of being intoxicated at inappropriate times, seducing a ludicrous number of women, and otherwise living in complete disregard of social norms.… (more)

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