I found this book to be engaging and entertaining.
Tough Sh*T: Life advice from a Fat Lazy Slob who did Good. By Kevin Smith. Both books are narrated by the authors & are hilariously truthful.
I definitely laughed.
It is one of the best
N/A: no characters, although her impersonations of people are hilarious
The way she made you feel like she was telling the stories to only you, like you were having a private conversation.
It had a lot of funny parts and some touching parts where she tackled hard subjects.
It had everything a celebrity memoir should have: a little background, some funny stories, dishing on what other famous people are -really- like, and personal confessions about serious subjects.
Yes, Kathy has a great story to tell.
Kathy and Andy Dick.
Just as funny as stand up but with some sadness and true reality mixed in.
Yes, I had to force myself to turn off my machine.
I would recommend this book. I love Kathy Griffin and have for a long time, but this book lets you see the other side of her- without being "woe is me." Kathy, as she always has, just tells it like it is. At the same time, many parts of this book will make you giggle.
Kathy! I loved listening to her journey and hearing her speak about her life- the good and the bad.
There were a few- when Kathy mentioned the issue with her older brother. I won't spoil it, but it was one of those "open family secret" kind of issues. You could hear the emotion in her voice when she spoke about her family, and that is hard to replicate when you just have some random narrator reading the book. Kathy lived it, it moved her, and you could tell she wasn't acting.
Also, finally hearing the story about her divorce. That was moving, very sad.
I have always loved Kathy. Now, I love her even more! I wish the book had been longer. Write another, Kathy!
Kathy Griffin's hilarious accounts caused me to erupt into laughter inappropriately at work on way too many accounts. More than just side-splittingly inappropriate, Kathy's brave openness about her often-uphill climb to the top consumed me with her endearing stories. I've seen Griffin's talk show, stand up comedy in person and on television, and "My Life on the D-List," and this book was by far my favorite. Often misunderstood and completely relatable, Kathy remains one of my top-five people I'd love to have dinner with. If you enjoyed Jenny Lawson's "Let's Pretend This Never Happened," you must listen to this book.
Love this site! I have a very busy job, so listening to audio books enables me to keep up on great stories!
I just love Kathy Griffin. She's very fearless, and one of the funniest people EVER. Obviously any time she talks about her Mother and quotes her, I cannot stop laughing. I also thought the Dakota Fanning story was hilarious!
I was SO sad to hear the details of her marriage falling apart. I felt like a friend of hers and I was saying out loud, "Oh honey" or "You have got to be kidding me." That's the power of her storytelling. She speaks as if you were there with her. Like we were at a Starbucks or something. Just great.
The only problem I have is her decision to share her story about her Brother. That put me in a dark place. I appreciate her raw honesty and fearlessness, but I just didn't want to hear it.
I loved hearing Kathy Griffin tell her life story in this informal and chatty audiobook. After a few chapters, I couldn't put it down (in the figurative sense, of course) and listened to the whole thing while cleaning my house. It was just what I needed!
Any Kathy Griffin fan would enjoy this book. Its 6 hours of storytelling from the author. She's funny and has some great stories. Highly recommended.
This was funny. I think I would have liked this book better if I had more previous knowledge of Kathy Griffin. I have seen her on talk shows and have always thought she was funny. I wasn't aware that she has had several TV shows of her own.
one of my faves by a comic
Kathy Griffin was perfectly expressive reading her own book. She didn't seen to need an audience's reaction to bring magic to her words. In fact, she was so personable in tone that I felt I'd just had a nice visit with the author herself. I loved the mix of funny scenarios and serious subject matter. A very satisfying listen.
It was like we were conversing. I can't imagine anyone else reading her memoir. Her voice was full of spunk and charm--and down-to-earth. She shared her perspective and key points of her life in this book. Hearing her voice made it feel even more like I'd been invited into her thoughts.