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Tucker Max Writing Styles in I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell

Tucker Max
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Perspective

The author is a fairly young man from a wealthy American family. He is a smart fellow. We don't know whether or not he is a genius, but he's smart enough to get through law school, so he must not be an idiot. His expertise is in law, writing and the bar scene. Whether he is a heavy drinker or an alcoholic is not entirely clear.

His reasons for writing: surely he wants money but one major motivation is that unlike his lawyer job after graduation, he likes to write. That doesn't mean he wants to do it all the time, or anything, but instead of hating it, he loves it.

The intended audience is any adult. For the greater part, younger adults, meaning people in their 20s and 30s and others who were into partying in bars will get a great deal of pleasure from these stories...

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