Waiting for the Rapture
Sean Kent’s eagerly awaited “Waiting For The Rapture” is a jolt of hilarious though sometimes painful honesty. Kent finds humor in subjects mainstream comics wouldn’t dare to touch. Masterfully he takes aim at the heart of bloated, complacent, overly consuming 21st Century America, eviscerating Walmart, hippies, recycling, the media and Fundamentalist Christians all in the same breath. More influenced by writers like Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting) and Bukowski than by his Comedian peers, Kent goes deeper, takes more chances and searches harder for meaning than anyone else out there. This isn’t for the faint of heart but it is definitely for the thinkers, the outcasts, the rebels and the dissatisfied who look around and can’t figure out where it all went wrong.