Title: “Last Words: A Memoir”
Author: George Carlin, with Tony Hendra
Blurb: “In 1993 George Carlin asked his friend and bestselling author [and founding National Lampoon editor] Tony Hendra to help him write his autobiography. For almost fifteen years, in scores of conversations, many of them recorded, the two discussed Carlin’s life, times, and evolution as a major artist. When Carlin died at age seventy-one in June 2008 with the book still unpublished, Hendra set out to assemble it as his friend would have wanted.”
Review: “Okay, so I AM biased. BUT! I even learned things about my dad that I didn’t know.” (Kelly Carlin)
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