Chris Frost

Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (19 of 23)
Location: Ingalls, IN United States
Birthday: Dec 26


Top Reviewer Ranking: 298,973 - Total Helpful Votes: 19 of 23
Maybe You Never Cry Again: A True Story by Bernie Mac
Maybe You Never Cry Again is the story of Bernie Mac's life. Bernie Mac has a lot to say and a lot of things to teach. From his fatherless childhood to moonlighting as a comedian while frying fish during the day, Bernie lays it all out for the world to see and learn from. Forget about sports stars as role-models....all you need is Bernie Mac. A man who knows how to get things done, no matter how unpleasant they may be. If more people had Bernie's attitude toward life, this country would be a far better place.
Take the Cannoli: Stories From the New World by Sarah Vowell
3.0 out of 5 stars Fairly Decent, May 11 2004
Take the Cannoli serves as a decent introduction to Sarah Vowell's writing, although it is not nearly as good as Partly Cloudy Patriot. The most appealing thing about her is the simple fact that one can disagree with her opinions without feeling argumentative. She has a way of presenting her opinions that does an excellent job of articulating why she feels the way she does without sounding like she is attacking any opposing opinion. Very civilized and enjoyable.
Heart Seizure by Bill Fitzhugh
Heart Seizure by Bill Fitzhugh
5.0 out of 5 stars Fitzhugh is Awesome!!!, May 11 2004
Heart Seizure is a political satire that will keep the pages turning. Fitzhugh is an incredibly intelligent writer with a knack for plot twists and intersections that will keep your head spinning. He does a breathtaking job of taking something that most people despise and turning it into something that we can laugh at, showing the ridiculousness of it all.