Catholic Guy of Sirius Radio has book that’s funny before it even starts

September 8, 2011

Bobz Book Reviews

You know a book is going to be entertaining when you bust out laughing just reading the page of comments by those puffing for the author — make that allegedly puffing for the author.

The book is “Sinner” by Lino Rulli (Servant Books), and you can read more about it at this link, but get a load of what’s on the page titled “Praise for Lino Rulli”:

  • “A radio host like Howard Stern, only guilt-ridden and confession-going.” — The New York Times
  • “He’s a jerk.” — Ex-girlfriend
  • “Laugh with Lino Rulli and discover why he’s so darned popular.” — Catholic Digest
  • “He owes me fifteen bucks.” — Best friend
  • “He has Letterman’s sharp delivery and Stern’s penchant for pushing boundaries. Yet Lino is also pious.” — St. Anthony Messenger
  • “Lino fights for all sinners, but usually stays bogged down with his own caseload.” — Lino’s personal attorney.
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