Kevin Hart, Neil Strauss
Atria / 37 INK
I Can’t Make This Up is Kevin Hart’s biography in which the Hollywood Superstar comedian gives ‘life lessons’ in the most laughable way possible. The book, I Can’t Make This Up, is also Kevin Hart’s debut into the writing world. This 256-page memoir of Kevin Hart is set to release in June 2018.
Being written by Kevin Hart, I Can’t Make This Up, is absolutely funny and equally deep just like his comedy. Neil Strauss has also contributed to the book. Kevin has opened about everything in his life – the struggles, the survival, and the success. I Can’t Make This Up explains Kevin’s journey till now and how he’s overcome each challenge to become the man he is today. Born as an unwanted child in a family from Philadelphia, Kevin Hart has seen everything from a drug addict father, a crack dealer brother, an overly strict mother and above all turned around his life how it was supposed to be.
I Can’t Make This Up by Kevin Hart is written in such a way that the every chapter is unique from the perspective of each reader. And that actually defines what one takes away from this inspirational yet tickling memoir of Kevin Hart. I Can’t Make This Up is all about how sheer determination, hard work and the unique attitude towards the world can do real-life wonders. …Read More
This is a pre-release review of I can’t Make This Up by Kevin Hart and will be updated after the release date of the book i.e. 6 Jun 2017. Meanwhile, you can pre-order your copy on Amazon.
Kevin Hart is an award-winning actor and comedian born in 1979 in Philadelphia. He is called the King of Comedy by Forbes. Kevin has been a very successful actor, musician and his stand-up shows have sold-out arenas and stadiums. After his graduation, Kevin started working as a Shoe salesman and pursued his comedy career too. Soon, he got a break on TV and it would take much for his talent to reach the Hollywood movies. Hart currently lives in Los Angeles with his family and owns Hartbeat Productions.
Neil Strauss is the award-winning Rolling Stone editor, New York Times columnist, and writer/co-writer for eight New York Times bestselling books.