SEX — VIOLENCE — TRUMP
Acclaimed writer, Haji Outlaw, writes under his pen name of John P. Kildemm.
Mister Kildemm chronicles the night life in the City of Angels as only he can, in the fourth installment of, Hey Doorman. But this time with a biting political edge working in cahoots with his always hilarious edge. That’s two edges people. TWO.
As Jerry Seinfeld once said, “I’m sure he’s having a good laugh over this with his doorman buddies.”
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I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
Hey Doorman VIII contains several stories about the author’s experiences as a doorman. The stories were interesting and his view of things is a little comical but I was expecting more humor. If you’re interested in what bouncers have to deal with on a daily basis you might enjoy this book; however, if foul language offends you, this book is definitely not for you.
About the Author
Haji Outlaw has written for The Eric Andre Show (Adultswim), in addition to other television programs. You may have even seen him acting on Comedy Central’s Why? With Hannibal Buress. In 2018 he released his first film, Humor, which made its international debut at the Berlin Flash Film Festival.
When Haji has not been writing for the screen or performing standup comedy, he finds time to release a non-fiction series about his life as a LA bouncer (Hey Doorman) as well as a sci-fi fiction series (Caramel).
Haji wrote his first commercial for Turo, which can be seen in the summer of 2018 and beyond.