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In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks

In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks

Sure, we like to think we've simply gotten more mature, more civilized over the last 50 years or so, but according to Adam Carolla, we've simply lost our balls. In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks ($20) is filled with interesting anecdotes from Carolla's life illustrating how screwed up modern life has become, mixed in between hilarious rants that make the audiobook — read by Carolla himself — infinitely better than the dead tree version.

  • Sterling's Gold

    Words of wisdom from Roger Sterling? We're in. As fans of Mad Men will now, Sterling was working on his book — Sterling's Gold ($12) — during the last season, filling it with observations on life, business, women, success, drinking, and even New York City, all with Sterling's signature wit. [via]

  • Life by Keith Richards

    Who better to discuss the fragile nature of human life than a member of the undead? While he might not be a literal zombie, Life by Keith Richards ($16) only reaffirms the notion that he's done enough drugs over his 60+ years to preserve himself long into the afterlife. Covering ground from his childhood and first musical interests through becoming a Rolling Stone, tax exile, husband, father, and eventually big-screen pirate, Life has more insight to offer than you might think.