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You're Making Me Hate You

Narrated by: Corey Taylor
Length: 7 hrs and 54 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (53 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

In his first title, front man of Slipknot and Stone Sour Corey Taylor took on the seven deadly sins, pulling them apart to reveal all that is irrelevant and wrong about the vices in the modern world through his own uniquely hilarious yet ferocious style. But in Corey's eyes that's not all that is wrong with the world today....

From bad music, fame and infomercials to raising kids, sex and airport security, You're Making Me Hate You is the result of a one-man mission to demonstrate the alarming rise in worldwide idiocy, buffoonery and out-and-out disregard for intelligent thought.

Rant filled but eloquent, shocking but intelligent, this is best-selling author Corey Taylor at his most Corey Taylor, and he doesn't leave himself out either... turns out he's just as f***ing stupid as the rest of us, too.

©2015 Corey Taylor (P)2015 Random House AudioBooks

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very educational. Cheers Corey.

very interesting perspective on life. Loved it and can't wait for the next. Corey Rules

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You Are Making Me Hate You

Corey Taylor’s quick wit and angry insight is both very funny and timely. From ridiculous fashion to the obnoxious habits of airline customers, Corey breaks it down and will leave the listener wanting more.
BUY THIS BOOK!

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His best so far. Related to every word.

A great book from a great writer. Enjoyed every moment. His best so far enjoyed every bit.

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Corey, you're making me love you

I was surprised how much this book made me laugh! Corey is an expert storyteller and his sense of humour was one that made this ride all the more enjoyable. I'm yet to experience a few of the things that he spoke about but what I did relate to in this book, Corey made some solid SOLID arguments about what on earth was wrong with so many things in the world. And when I told my parents about this book they just wrote it off as a novel length rant, but HA! To them, because I actually learned a few things in this tome, mainly how to do a few things differently as an 18 year old, and one of my lessons kicked in the other night. I went out clubbing, and with Corey's book in mind, I realised how synthetic this whole clubbing thing was, and now you'll never catch me inside one of those things...sorry I'm getting carried away. Solid book Corey!

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  • Cal
  • 06-04-2016

Exceptionally fun

Youre Making me Hate You is a barrage of cynical misanthrope at it funniest. A great listen and the way The Great Big Mouth himself delivers it just makes the whole piece. A+ Good Sir.

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  • Lori
  • Australia
  • 10-01-2016

Yep, I hear ya Corey

Listened to this in one shift at work. Very entertaining - a little vomit in my mouth straight up, 7 hours of laughs, and heaps of "me too!" moments

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  • Chalden
  • 10-01-2016

Genius

I thought I was the only one who thinks like this, glad to see I am not alone. He pretty muched voiced my thoughts.

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  • Jacob b.
  • 15-04-2017

I love it

Its a book full of humour, Corey's way of looking at life, and it just feels good listening to this guy as he has an agree-able way of looking at life and all the shit happening to us.
I loved it.

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  • JoJo
  • 24-07-2016

Got To Love Him

I spent a great deal of time nodding my head, laughing and ranting along with Mr Taylor. Brilliant book.

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  • jake
  • 09-12-2015

love this book

the books is awesome. corey taylor is amazing writer and at reading his book. just awesome

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  • George
  • 08-12-2015

best thing ive ever heard

i loved this book! its so funny and makes you realise how stupid everyone is (including myself)

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  • Kieran Woodall
  • 08-03-2019

Corey Taylor

its mother effing Corey Taylor! why in the hell would he even faulter at making an excellent book?! I've loved this for driving to and from work every day, makes the hour drive at 6:30 worth it

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  • ryan (rune) bailey
  • 31-08-2018

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boring just like 7 deadly sins sorry corey your music is awesome. your books not so much

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  • Janine Olivier Greener
  • 25-04-2018

Finally, some honesty about human kind these days.

Just loved the honesty of his opinion from the observations over the past decade. Feel quite strongly about the way we as humans have become too. And Taylor has hit the nail on the head with a sledge hammer.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-03-2018

Comedy

Corey echoes how a lot of us view society, very funny and an enjoyable listen.

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  • Ryan Knapton
  • 07-03-2018

It’s Corey F**king Taylor

Now this man is a living Legend and if his last two books were to go by this was going to be an absolute blast.
The way he writes is hilarious.
What is even more funnier is the way he just goes off on a tangent for a while and then has to backtrack to the original point.

I loved his last two books as they had me crying with laughter all the way through and this book is no different.
His I don’t give a f**k attitude makes for some great comedic writing.

What makes this Audiobook even better though is it’s read by the man himself.
It just adds that brilliance to an already awesome book hearing him read it.

If your a Corey Taylor fan this is a must.

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  • Danny
  • 02-04-2017

This book changed how I look at people.

What did you like most about You're Making Me Hate You?

This seems like a very boring and overused response to a book that contemplates the actions of people but I'm serious this book changed how I look at people and now I feel really well equipped to go out into the world and not be a moron.

What did you like best about this story?

The part where Corey is just a grumpy British guy...

So all of it.

What does Corey Taylor bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Listening to Corey's own mannerisms and the way he puts """emphasis""" (to put it lightly) on parts of the story really brings forward his points.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Oh, the world is over? I didn't realise, I was just checking my twitter.

Any additional comments?

Such a great book, one I will never forget.