The only book that reveals all the ins and outs, ups and downs, and pertinent answers to absolutely every question you wish you hadn’t asked about friendship and love ’n’ stuff in the Deep South – told, inimitably, by Hank Hill.
In this official tie-in to Channel 4’s superlative animated sitcom, King of the Hill, Hank Hill — Texas’s favourite dad — gives us a deep and penetrating insight into his soul.
Discover what Hank thinks about the sensitive side of life: friendship and love. Mostly friendship.
Find the answers to questions that you have always wanted to ask: Do children – particularly children named Bobby – ruin your love life? Do you find it hard to chose between your lovely wife and your power tools? Can love thrive when you are employed in the heady world of propane and propane accessories sales? Is friendship cemented over a can of beer and a bar-b-que? Is the ultimate declaration of love lending someone your lawnmower?
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Praise for the first King of the Hill book, The Boy Ain’t Right:
‘one of the most hilarious things I have read for ages… a series of perfectly observed moments from the show… a book intended for ritual revisitation’
Greg Daniels is an ex-Simpsons writer. With Mike Judge, he is the creator of Beavis and Butt-head.
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