This book is absolutely hyterical. Tyler Perry is a genious. I have always loved his accounts of Madea, the bigger than life, grandmotherly Black woman in charge of her life and those around her. She is often my hero (chuckle), for who hasn't thought at one time or another to be a pistol-packin' mama or to order our kids into submission! I laugh every time I think about it. What made this book exceptional and a must listen rather than reading the hard copy, is that Tyler Perry narrates the book himself with his ever-familiar voice of Madea. This book starts as a memoir of Madea's life that shocked and thrilled me for it's hillarity. My niece and I both listened at the same time, just to call each other and laugh hysterically at each and every account conveyed by Madea. The book leads to advise for the reader on such things as child-rearing, visiters, and money. Every page is a surprise. Tyler can shock even those of us with the sickest sense of humor. I even have to continually laugh at Madea's mispronunciation of words and her critiques on how people misspeak the English language. TOOOO Funnny!!!! I have read it twice already, and keep it on my MP3 player so I can get a quick laugh at any time I need it, for any place I listen in on is a gut buster. I loved this book!!!! What more can I say. I simply loved it! And I'm laughing once again at just the thought of it.
If you are already familiar with Tyler Perry or 'old school' you will be pleased. Having some of both helps you really relate to the humor and his customary good advise.
The biggest plus is that BOTH Tyler Perry AND Madea are reading it. So reading the hardback would not have nearly the same affect as hearing this duo by audiobook. This was the best choice.
I'm really enjoying it.
I loved all of the plays and movies, but to hear Madea on audio was hilarious. Tyler makes valid points in a humorous way. I hope he makes another audio book.
Yes I prefer the audio version.
Madea. She tells it like it is. She is very straight forward.
its me ya'll!
i loved the way she explained different situation and how she was able to get her message across. it was affective.
the part i found most memorable was when she was saying not to hate on the ugly guys cause ugly men serve a great purpose....lol
yes it was and i did listen in one sitting.
i strongly recommend this book...truly hilarious.
Absolutely and undeniably MAG-nifi- Cent ! I suppose I wouldn’t have take as much pleasure in it from merely reading it. There was something about having the chance to listen to Madea’s voice that put the fun in funny. It reminded me of Tyler Perry’s plays when Madea goes into her didactic discussions. I love it! Really enjoyed her wisdom or as she would say her wisedoms lol. It’s a must hear especially when all hell is breaking lose. Pop out a bottle of wine and laugh with Madea!
This was cute because the author really sounds like an old black woman. You forget it is a guy talking. A little tedious at the end when she seems to be lecturing on behavior, and has a few four letter words- which I did a search looking specifically for clean comedy. Oh well, over all pretty funny.
Excellent, the world needs more Madea's! Keep them coming. The world needs more happiness also.
Tyler Perry as Madea is so funny, and will make you laugh and shake your head throughout this audio book. So well done.
How can I compare Madea to anyone else? Not possible. She is unique, yet she is very recognizable.
Madea is my favorite.
I would slough off all of my responsibilities to be able to listen to this book in one sitting. However, in little snippets while driving, or doing errands, this will put a smile on your face.
I wish there were more like this!
I'm Hungry! FEED ME!
I definitely would. She shows common sense that you don't usually see.
Who else? MADEA!
The feeling of a real Madea.