It seems like since reading this book I have started using the term jackwagon to describe people a lot more. What exactly is a jackwagon? Well, let’s just say you will know one when you see one. I have been a fan of Tim Hawkins for years and have enjoyed watching his routines and shows. The old adage that laughter is the best medicine is one that Hawkins is quick to prove true.
If you’re familiar with Tim’s work, you will feel right at home in this book. It almost feels like you are reading his diary and you can try to learn a little more about how his brain works. I don’t think anyone but God himself knows how it works, but it is interesting trying to figure it out. This book is full of fun and laughs and one for any fan of Tim or anyone needing a laugh. He isn’t overly religious, which makes it wonderful for people of all faiths, but Tim is not afraid to let you know what he believes.
The downside is that some of the book drags a little. It seems to simply be written pieces of his acts that have already been seen by me. I am not saying that it is a bad thing, just that you need to know what you are getting when you get this book.
Overall, I would give this book four out of five stars because it, like Tim, is hilarious. If you need a good dose of laughter, look no farther.
As a disclaimer, I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review. These words are my own and have not been manipulated in any way.