Having the author narrate makes all the difference. Its classic, sarcastic, situational humor that the PC listener may not appreciate. Story line is a little choppy but if you can picture Sam Bees face you will thoroughly enjoy it.
Samantha Bee perfectly narrates a series of humorous vignettes from her youth. But the book seemingly randomly ends somewhere in her late 20s? Feels like it should have had about 5 more chapters!
I'm sorry because I like her but geez this was boring. The stories were didn't flow together well and I just found myself going blablabla in my head.
this book was not very funny or entertaining. The last chapter was cute. I would recommend picking up the book at the library or B&N and just reading the last chapter.
Not even close to funny, very depressing and sad, couldn't get thru the first hour...maybe funnier on a stage in front of a bunch of drunks but sad as a story
Hmmmm a pet person eh? I Don't think so. This is a sad story. Most funny people have a sad up brInging. Gives a new insight into Sam. If I was not so structured, I would have given up on this in the first 10 minutes. Sam you're great, but as you know your life sucks. This is why you're great. Unfortunately, I am not sure who convinced you to tell us your lifes story. No offense. Must have been the money.