The thing about a David Sedaris reading, even at Carnegie Hall, is that he stands behind a podium and reads. It's not a physical performance, per se, so listening to the recording is about as good as the experience of being there. And that is very good indeed. Sedaris delivers a largely deadpan reading of hilarious and insightful material, from true family stories to wild fantasies. Audiences are in stitches from start to finish, and you will be, too. Although it's difficult to choose, this is some of his very best work.
I like action, gore, zombies, and non-fiction.
It was an enjoyable hour while I cleaned my house. I like Jim Gaffigan, so I knew what to expect. But I can't imagine listening to it again, like I did with his "Hot Pocket" skit.
I wish Audible would get more comedy...some classic Bill Cosby would be great! And Eddie Murphy's old stuff, and Sinbad.... I love fiction, but sometimes I just want to laugh. (Are you listening, Audible?)