I enjoy Lino on his show "The Catholic Guy", so I admit I had certain expectations for his new book "Saint". It is humorous, but I wouldn't call it a comedy, because Lino uses a tongue-in-cheek approach while making a true, valid point, that we can all be saints, and in fact we are called to be saints, despite being sinners.
Another technique Lino uses regularly is self-depreciating humor.
A favorite quote that sums up his message:
" I can't help but wonder if public declarations of my sinfulness - especially those cried out within a stone's throw of the Congregation for the Cause of Saints - aren't hurting my cause for canonization. I hope to undo the damage with this book. In it, I'm making a formal pitch that people stop seeing me solely as a sinner, but also as a saint"
My expectations were not only met, but exceeded. Don't miss this opportunity for an enjoyable and entertaining reading experience!