Carrie is truly a survivor in every sense of the word. Her adaptation of the one-woman show by the same name of the book is truly sensational. I have to admit to many a moment of embarrassment as I burst out in laughter while listening to her on the subway. While her story has profoundly sad moments, her overall attitude to life, after everything she's gone through is a message of hope to many. Well done, Carrie! And thanks for sharing!
I enjoyed the work and the story but found it fell flat towards the end. The same emphasis though out the book wears thin at the end.
Enjoyed hearing the author actually read her story which she did an excellent job. Would suggest this book for that reason alone.
It was an incredibly fun listen but given the nature of the events told it is a raunchy where you wouldn't listen with the family in the car. Yet a very well told tale that thoroughly engaging and funny.
Even if you are not a Star Wars fan, this book is a great listen.
Her narration is fantastic and her delivery is wrought with dry humour.
This is not about Star Wars but about a person and how she copes with live
I aodred carrie Fisher's earlier books, but this is sadly a story that would have been better off just left in her diary. She refers to her self-absorption deprecatingly, but it doesn't allay the fact that it is just a self-absorbed monologue.
Ms. Fisher continues her story of addiction. I found her to be less than respectful, sarcastic if not caustic about those she includes in the story both family and others. It seems there is an effort made to name drop and dish the nasty about those for whom she is less than kind.
After the first 15 minutes I just wanted to tell Carrie to stick a light sabre in it. She is a BITTER woman about EVERYTHING in her life. On top of it all her delivery is very unfunny. Her jabs at George Bush and Sarah Palin are very hackneyed and behind the times. Her voice will put hair on your back. Save your money, time and ears.
I will never look at Princess Leia the same again. I love her open heart approach to sharing the real parts of her life that aren't so bright and shiney and well as those that are.