BARE BONES BOOK REVIEW: HAIL TO THE CHIN by BRUCE CAMPBELL

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HAIL TO THE CHIN by BRUCE CAMPBELL

Bruce Campbell’s sequel to his hilarious and fun 2001 memoir If Chins Could Kill, is an entertaining read in itself as Campbell let’s us know…in his own words…what he’s been up to since his last book. It’s a fun look at his move to rural Oregon, a string of SYFY channel B-movies and finally getting a co-starring role in the hit TV show Burn Notice. Campbell pokes fun at himself and those around him as he goes from B-movie actor, to TV series star and finally to strapping on the old chainsaw again as he returns to the role of Ash Williams after an over twenty years hiatus. It’s told in the sarcastic, smart-ass Bruce Campbell style and is a lot of fun as nothing and no one…especially himself…is spared from that Bruce Campbell sense of humor. A fast and fun read from a true icon! Groovy!

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three and one half stars rating

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2 thoughts on “BARE BONES BOOK REVIEW: HAIL TO THE CHIN by BRUCE CAMPBELL

  1. I need to add this to my list. Hail to the King, Baby!

    We just finished rewatching season ! of Ash. Great show!

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