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Christopher Buckley's satirical gift shines in this hilarious look at the ironies of "personal freedom" and the unbearable smugness of political correctness. Bracing in its cynicism, Thank You for Smoking is a delightful meander off the beaten path of mainstream American ethics. And despite his hypertension-inducing, slander-splattered, morally bankrupt behavior--which leads one Larry King listener to describe him as "lower than whale crap"--you'll find yourself rooting for smoking's mass enabler. --Rebekah Warren
An enjoyable novel. I have been meaning to pick it up for a while, and I wasn't disappointed with it.Published 3 months ago by Thomas Armitage
The book is in a brand new condition. It does not look like second hand at all. It cost near nothing, but the delivery fee.Published 14 months ago by yy.zeng
A bit different than the movie, loved both. There were elements of the book and the movie that were different.
A fun read for anyone.
I was hoping I'd like this satirical novel. But two chapters in, and it just wasn't up to the standard of Max Barry or Ben Elton, so I gave up. (DNF)Published on Sept. 25 2004 by Ez
Buckley has a light, pleasant, humorous easy-to-read style, and he fully understands the double-think, newspeak and weasel words that are inherent in the political games, pro and... Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2004 by R. Wallace
Good job. Great fun!!!
The ending is kind of weak,but before you there you got a lot of fun.
Only Christopher Buckley could findd the humor in being a corporate PR representative for the tobacco companies. Read morePublished on Sept. 2 2003 by The Buckley Family