I find this man to be one of the most realest and down to earth guy. The best part, he is hilarious.
Now, I have seen most of his stand up comedy shows like for example, The Daywalker. And since I really enjoy his stand up comedy, I decided to give his book a try.
Well, let me just say, he has a “funny” way of telling stories. In this book you get to learn about the effect and what transpired in South Africa during the Apartheid. He managed to turn a very serious topic into a humorous story. And he did it flawlessly.
I am still reading it, but I already recommend the book.