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God Hates Us All [Paperback]

Hank Moody
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Sept. 15 2009
The critically acclaimed show, Californication, is one of Showtime’s highest rated programs. Averaging about two million viewers an episode, it is the most successfully rated freshman series in Showtime history. A Golden Globe nominee for Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical), Californication features an electric, likeable cast, led by actor David Duchovny, who won a Golden Globe for his performance playing Hank Moody.

God Hates Us All is the novel written by Duchovny’s character, Hank Moody, which in the show is turned into a Hollywood film entitled A Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Timed to coincide with the premiere of the Season 3 of the hit series, this will allow fans an extra, backstage look at the concept of the show not available through episodes.

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Bestselling author Hank Moody is played by David Duchovny on Showtime’s hit series Californication. This is his first book (written with Jonathan Grotenstein, who is the author/coauthor of four books, including Poker: The Real Deal and All In: The (Almost) Entirely True History of the World Series of Poker. He’s also written several dozen magazine articles and a few screenplays.)

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3.0 out of 5 stars I haven't read this Dec 10 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I purchased this as a gift for my husband so I haven't actually read it myself.

With that said, my husband did not really enjoy it. He felt it was a bit of a cash grab and was published simply as a result of the show's popularity. He did not feel there was much new content or much of substance. He's a huge fan of the show and a big reader so I was hoping this would be a nice treat but it wasn't/
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hank Moody at his best June 27 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
So cynical but so good! It was certainly interesting to understand the fuss around that book in Californication. Loved it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A fun, short read. Aug. 12 2010
I love Californication, so when I came across this book, I had to read it. It gives the reader a good idea of what Hank was like in his younger years and it's interesting. Hank is in his 20's in the story and it's where his life of debauchery begins.

It's well-written, but the story itself is mediocre at best. If I had read this without knowing its origins, I probably wouldn't have liked it as much.

While it doesn't live up to the respect it receives in the show, it is a fun read. I recommend it for any curious Hank Moody fans.
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3.0 out of 5 stars entertaining, but it only entertains... Dec 25 2009
By Quincy
This book is a good extension of the TV show, but comparing this book to works of Bukowski, John Fante and Dan Fante is like comparing service of a sex worker to a night with the soul mate.

It's funny and witting, but ultimately lacks depth. There are a few discrepancies between the book and the show. However, it portraits a self-loathing and debauched Hank Moody extremely well.

I highly recommend this book to any fan of the TV show, but you want to read something to get your brain blown away, just pick up a novel or poetry collection from Bukowski, John Fante and Dan Fante.
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4.0 out of 5 stars OK Feb. 26 2011
I can not blame book seller for this one month delay, but in other hand - I can not hide the fact, that this have upset me seriously! It's not my first purchase on Amazon and definitely will be not the last, but is first one so unexplainable slow! Overall - OK!
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