God hates us all

God Hates Us All (Paperback) is the witty, coming of age tale, written by Californication’s Hank Moody, played by David Duchovny. Until now, the novel was a fictitious book turned crappy romantic comedy at the center of Hank’s crumbling professional and personal life. The Hank Moody book is an ironic and unforgettable tale about a likable, but self-loathing character. It draws some serious parallels to the author’s own life.

A wry literary masterpiece, God Hates Us All is a coming-of-age tale for the apathetic generation.

Hank Moody’s self-loathing yet darkly likeable narrator is a college drop-out-turned-accidental-drug-dealer enveloped in a world of contradictions. His boss — a bong-hitting, dreadlocked Pontiff figure — runs a remarkably organized and ingenious illegal trade patronized by, among others, a sweater-set-wearing Upper East Sider, a Wall Street hotshot, and a wannabe rock star with a hard-to-resist model girlfriend.

The Californication book, features a lonely narrator, who yearns for more than the tenuous but intimate thread he shares with his clients. To escape his mother’s desperate expectations, his father’s endless disappointments, and his certifiably insane ex-girlfriend, he moves to the city’s mecca of ambitious slackers — the Chelsea Hotel — where the pursuit of lust (and the rock star’s girlfriend) sends him on a series of well-intentioned misadventures that lead him right back where he started.

Told in a unique and subtle voice, God Hates Us All is ironic, optimistic, and unforgettable.

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One Response to God hates us all

  1. William says:

    Any idea who actually wrote God Hates Us All? Did Kapinos write the novel?

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