You Can't Write City Hall

What happened when a stand-up comedian got elected Mayor

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Pub Date 04 May 2021 | Archive Date Not set
Carpenter's Son Publishing, Clovercroft Publishing

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Midwest Book Review says, “You Can’t Write City Hall cultivates a delightful blend of insights on political processes, memoir, and a comedian's unique perspective.”

The Epoch Times simply said, “Tremendous!”

Governor Mike Huckabee called it, “Absolutely hilarious!"

This book is based on the hilarious true story, straight from the perspective of Comedian Jeremy Nunes, of what happened when he got elected Mayor of the small-town of Dawson, Illinois.

Best-selling author Jeremy Nunes is a Second City Alum, featured on Dry Bar Comedy and Amazon Prime, who simply wanted to help his hometown. Instead, he put himself right in the middle of a real-life comedy. You'll laugh at the board room characters, quirky employees, and the petty things people complain about in a one-horse town. You'll love when Jeremy turns and starts firing back at complainers like he would hecklers at a comedy club. From beginning to end, you'll laugh as a comedian juggles every segment of small-town drama. It's a clean comedy for everyone!
Midwest Book Review says, “You Can’t Write City Hall cultivates a delightful blend of insights on political processes, memoir, and a comedian's unique perspective.”

The Epoch Times simply said...

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One name: Merf!!! OMG he is hilarious. Lol. This book is a look at what goes on in City Hall. I never realized all that a mayor deals with. This book is laugh out loud funny!, if you want something to read to make you laugh, this is the book. Thanks to Netgalley, the author and the publisher for the arc of this book in return for my honest opinion. Receiving this book in this manner had no bearing on this review.

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