The Death of Cool

  • by Gavin McInnes
  • Narrated by Gavin McInnes
  • 7 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Gavin McInnes is more than just a rude lunatic who keeps getting beat up. He is an icon who personifies irreverence for an entire generation. This is his story, or, rather, stories - lots of them, and all gut-punchingly hilarious, from that first far reach into a girl's tight jeans to turning forty with a cataclysmic party.
In between you’ll hear about acid trips, threesomes, Nazi skinheads, his band Anal Chinook (Inuit for “warm wind”), Martians in northern Canada, throwing pedophiles in jail, dinner with the Clash, what happens when you crash Bill Maher's show wasted, and the true story of Vice magazine. A gifted writer and a born storyteller, McInnes has lived his life without apology. Learn from it.


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Customer Reviews

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Fucking amazing! That's it had me hanging to every word. Maybe I'm trying to live vicariously but truly a good book!
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- John


What does Gavin McInnes bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I'm so glad Gavin narrated, it made the experience that much more enjoyable. You get to hear him talking in the various accents of the people in his life, mimicking bodily sound effects, and most important you can hear the authentic emotion in his voice as only the person who lived the events can truly express.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It definitely made me laugh, but its not all comedy, there are sentimental parts too.

Any additional comments?

Note that there is pornographic level detail in the stories and many of them involve drug use. If that doesn't scare you go ahead and get it. It's a interesting/crazy story of an interesting/crazy man with guaranteed laughs.

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- Christopher

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-16-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios