BOSTON, March 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Life is filled with paradox. Example: Paul D'Angelo is a former Boston-area assistant district attorney and criminal-defense trial attorney who, at the same time, became one of the nation's top stand-up comedians.
Paul's first book, Stories I Tell: A Comic's Random Attempts to Make Some Sense Out of Nonsense, earned rave reviews across the board and was an international Gold Medal winner of the 2015 eLit Awards; was voted a finalist in the 2015 International Book Awards; and was selected for Honorable Mention in the 2015 New York Book Festival. 'Stories I Tell' merited a four-star rating from Clarion Reviews, while Kirkus Reviews noted that Paul's book, "Supplies lots of laughs in its observances of the everyday." Paul's debut also won a 'Best of Los Angeles Award' as the Best Comedy Book of 2016, referring to the book as being "packed with brilliant humor and wisdom."
In the follow-up to his critically acclaimed literary debut, Paul presents More Stories to Tell: A Lawyer Turned Comedian Puts Everyday Life on Trial, adding to the eclectic assortment of hilarious personal stories, dialogues, and comedy routines that Paul seldom, if ever, gets a chance to present onstage.
D'Angelo deftly blends fact, fiction, exaggeration and imagination to sarcastically critique modern society, relate humorous stories from his days working as both a lawyer and a comic, recount awkward moments from his upbringing and personal relationships, and intelligently vent on various social issues that drive us all crazy.
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