I’ve followed Sammy Rhodes for years on Twitter. I have seen the hilarious tweets that have echoed off the far corners of the Internet. I have seen the ones that have fell flat and were seemingly trampled underneath the digital footsteps. Thankfully, this book is neither.
This book is much longer than any tweet Sammy could produce. As a result, the potential for a greater depth of humor is available to his thumbs, or fingers, or whatever he is using to type it. He is not afraid to go for a deep joke and he is not afraid to take an easy one off the backboard.
If you like humor, feel a little awkward yourself, or have liked Sammy’s social media posts in the past, you owe it to yourself to pick this book up and give it a slice of your time. If you do, you will be challenged to embrace the awkwardness in your life and lean into it as something God can use to transform you and those around you.
As a disclaimer, I received this book for free in exchange for an unbiased review. These words are my own and have not been influenced in any way by the author or publisher.