I guess I should have realized that a book by a comedian was not likely to be the book for me. Comedy isn't my thing, and by the time I got to the end of Sinner I was skimming and waiting for it to be over.
Sinner - A Tiber River Review
Lino Rulli is an Italian-American comedian who has a show on Sirus radio (and I'll admit to barely knowing what Sirus radio is, having never listened to it.) The book is kind of a memoir, but not really. It's the story of his faith life, but not really. It's a book about him, but after having read it, I don't feel like I know any more about him or about his faith than I did after reading the back of the book.