Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday!

Version: Unabridged
Author: Penn Jillette
Narrator: Penn Jillette
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Essays & Memoirs, Atheism
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Published In: December 2012
# of Units: 7 CDs
Length: 7 hours, 59 minutes
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When it comes to entertainment, there is no one bigger, bolder, louder, and funnier than Penn Jillette ? he's a world-famous magician and celebrity pundit, he's danced with the stars and he has been nominated for more than fifteen Emmy awards for calling bullsh*t on alien abduction theories and bottled water companies. And with his New York Times bestselling book, God, No , he's emerged as one of the funniest and most popular atheists writing today ? now, with Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday, Jillette offers a spectacularly witty and sharply observant collection of essays spanning the hidden horrors of Christmas carols, celebrating his children's birthdays, Fourth of July, Halloween, and beyond. Whether he's writing about religious holidays, spiritual gatherings, or personal moments of joy and celebration, Jillette's trademark humor and passionate proselytizing has delighted fans, believers and nonbelievers alike, and drawn multitudes eager for more.

Reviews (1)

Every Day is an Atheist Holiday

Written by Anonymous on November 3rd, 2014

  • Book Rating: 1/5

Coarse. Vulgar. Crude. If this book has any redeeming value, it wasn't apparent on the first disc. I never made it any farther than that because the content didn't advance beyond the author shouting one foul word after another. What a waste of time! I find it hard to believe that Atheists are proud to call this man one of them. I would give this book a zero rating if the rating system allowed it.

Author Details

Author Details

Jillette, Penn

Penn Jillette has been the larger, louder half of the performing team Penn & Teller since 1975. He is the author of the novel SOCK and, with Teller, the bestselling author of CRUEL TRICKS FOR DEAR FRIENDS and HOW TO PLAY IN TRAFFIC. Mickey D. Lynn is a writer and poker expert. He has written for television, worked in the film industry, and worked with the talent department of "Celebrity Poker Showdown," but no cheating happened there. Really. Both authors live in Las Vegas.