The story gets a little slow in some parts. I'd like more funny stories
more funny stories, may of the funnier stories were laugh out loud hilarious
Sarah was funny and engaging. I was glad she read the book- it really gave life to the story
Kelly, Aussie living in Nashville, Employment Specialist, Writer & so on
Sarah's childishly stupid charm along with some surprisingly intelligent interludes make for a rewarding listen. I have the book but wanted to hear her read it and was not disappointed. The sound effects, snorts and giggles made it highly entertaining.
Her brutal honesty, especially about issues such as race, sex and censorship.
Sarah - in her many incarnations
"Straight from her horse-ish mouth!"
This is one of the rare audios that I will listen to over and over again!
Her stand up and sketch comedy has always made me laugh except when pushing her political views on others.
The book starts off great with her history, but gets so preachy during chapters 20-24 I couldn't finish the book.
This book is amazing and hilarious. Totally inappropriate, but endearing. I never really watched Sarah Silverman, or listened to any of her comedy, but I think I will now because I love her.
Great book, but not for those who can't take Sarah Silverman's raunchy humor. She's very candid and I think her narrating the book is what makes the book so funny. I've listened to this multiple times and I still enjoy it every time!
Well the biggest thing you see is Sarah's comedic style shine through. Through the book there are some very hilarious moments, but for me the biggest thing about this book is its mixture of serious and relatable situations followed by some comedic relief. Of course that being said, one should be aware that her sense of humor is more shocking and controversial compared to other comedians and If you aren't a Sarah fan then this book might not be such an appetizing read. Something also to note is that the storyline jumps around switching between moments of her high school life to life in New York then to her early teenage years which make the book somewhat hard to follow.
The opening forward is by far my favorite moment in terms of comedic effect which is what you would expect from a book written by a comedian. Beyond this, the stories talking about her battle against depression is probably the most touching, showing that we all have our inner demons.
I think the best thing about this audio book is the fact that she is the one narrating it. She can really bring to life to the characters in her book because they are all in her life. You also get the feel and mood from the tone of her voice, which brings a better sense to what the subject is.
For me, the reaction was neither extreme nor blank. It brought both moments where you would laugh and moments where you would want to cry. It all depends on how you perceive comedy and personal drama and wither you can relate to it or not.
Lots of swearing, racial jokes, and pee, but regardless this is overall a great read
I love the Sara Silverman show. I do not love this "book". It is terrible. At one point she is actually making fun of the fact that she has nothing to say and really has no business writing a book. Sarah, I love your show. I loved Jesus Is Magic. This just is not a gem. It's ok no one hits only home runs.
It just did not feel like she tried very hard. It was no where near as well choreographed as her usual comedy. I suppose she could have focused more on having some sort of narrative arc.
Sarah is a good performer.
If you enjoy Sarah Silverman and her humor, you love hearing her narrate her book Bedwetter. She is, as always, charming and adorable, filthy and crass. A really fun listen.
Before downloading this book, I'd never been sure if I loved or hated Sarah Silverman. I didn't follow her career much, though most of what I'd seen from her was funny. Nothing that made me love her though. Possibly because her comedic style is elitist and maybe even a bit designed for you to hate her. Regardless, I gave this book a shot. The good news is I really enjoyed the book! (Glad I got the audiobook instead of reading this, there were a lot of punch lines that made me think 'I wouldn't have read it that way.') The neutral news is that, even after five hours of listening to Sarah Silverman talk about Sarah Silverman, this book left me pretty indifferent on her. Which, for die hard fans should be a big plus, because she's clearly true to form in this one! Very interesting and entertaining to hear about her 'non-Harvard' path into comedy. And the obligatory childhood chapters were actually some of my favorites - which is almost never the case with these types of books. Overall, I'd definitely recommend giving it a listen...even if you're not sure.
I probably would not recommend it to a friend.
About half way through, I started loosing interest. By 3/4ths, I had to struggle. May be the book? Might be my attention span?