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Drink, Smoke, Pass Out: An Unlikely Spiritual Journey Paperback – 23 Apr 2014
A book about life that discusses liquor and lovemaking as much as it does the point of it all.
About the Author
Judith Lucy is a local funny lady who has whored herself out to any medium that would have her, including radio (the less said about that the better) and film (most recently she was the racist in The Sapphires). She is probably best known as a stand-up comedian who has hauled her sorry arse around the country, and occasionally overseas, with ten one-woman shows. She wrote The Lucy Family Alphabet, in which she squeezed the last bit of humour out of her dead parents for cash. Most recently, she made the television series Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey for the ABC, because she really wanted a free trip to India and the opportunity to dress up as a Viking (you'll have to watch the show).
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Hilariously meaningful23 December 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
I'm a Judith Lucy fan as a result of reading both her books. I'd also seen the tv series about her 'spiritual stuff' but enjoyed the book immensely; in fact i liked the book more. I appreciate her dry sense of humour and self-deprecating manner. and she still manages to discuss heavy topics without boring me to tears. Fingers crossed she writes more.
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This was an interesting and sometimes funny read18 March 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I liked this book because its quite different to what I'd normally read, sometimes it very funny and sometimes just sad but it really makes you think about your own life and spirituallity, I might even have another go at yoga after reading this book.
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A great read!8 January 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Judith is a natural. This is such a great read. Judith is wonderfully open and candid and as she dissects aspects of her life, you realise she is someone you would like to meet and get to know better. Her book is enlightening and easy to read and takes the reader on an educational and fulfilling journey. This was not what I was expecting when I saw the title of the book.
An interesting journey19 December 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
The book starts of a bit weird and wanders but by the end it seems that Judith is starting to face into her demons, which she needed to, but she still has a long road ahead
Loved it17 July 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
My favourite Australian comedian. Can't get enough. My favourite type of comedy, makes me laugh about the most awful stuff. Eddie Huangs teacher told him "Tragedy is easy, comedy is hard", so true. Hope she writes more, does more shows, more television, more movies.