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Safran at his best

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Reviewed: 29-06-2017

This might be the funniest book ever written about Australian race relations and religious extremists of every sort. Previous fans of Sunday Night Safran on the radio will be thrilled to have hour upon hour of John's inimitable narration making the book even funnier. As well as being highly engaging, it's intelligent and investigates divisive movements and individuals that many other writers would shy away from.

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Fantastic!

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Reviewed: 08-12-2016

It was a lot of fun getting to know one of my favourite comedians. I couldn't stop listening.

Funny and heart warming

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Reviewed: 15-05-2016

This book is delightful and very silly in places. It made me laugh so loud in my car at the traffic lights people turned to look at me. If you love Miranda's TV show you'll love this, it was like getting to hang out with Miranda while I did my housework. Miranda is a very likeable and relatable character.