Yes because the inflection and comedic timing and delivery comes across the way she intended.
Laughed out loud...a lot :)
The narration by the author is terrific! This book kept me chuckling.
It's true and offbeat.
All were great!
Don't take life too seriously!
I think that having Tina Fey as the narrator made her book so much more fun! She had great asides and hilarious stories that really gave a glimpse into her life. I would highly recommend this book to anyone!
I like Tina Fey, so I enjoyed the listen. Not an epic tale or lovely story but that is not really the point of a Tina Fey book, is it?
This book is written from the perspective of inner voice and enriching life experiences. Tina Fey did a remarkable job capturing her readers and audiences from the start of the book till the end while she flourishing it through laughter.
Her prayers for her daughter is such a memorable part of the book, not only it was eloquently put together, it was also so real.
Tina Fey is absolutely hysterical, and not just the funny kind of hysterical, emotionally too. The three stars as a compliment means she took a mediocre story and made it crazy entertaining by her excellent performance. Just ask her, she will explain it to you...
N/a this is my very first audio book experience.
The one that Tina did, haha! She did them all!
When she talks about her dad, I was moved to envy her and her awesome father, because my dad is/was so embarrassing.
I think Tina is my long lost aunt or cousin. And I miss her.
I would recommend this book to a friend because Tina Fey is hilarious, and easy to like.
My favorite character was Tina, she is funny.
Tina brings her personality to her own words in this book, and I loved it.
I remember laughing out loud when Tina described her chest.
Such a good book, audiobook!
For me, it was a 'giggle as you go listen'. I love
Tina Fey & so listening to her narrate her own made it even better!
Impossible to say (that is- why would I do both?).
Great listen. She's a brilliant woman.
Designer, Dreamer, Digital Doer. I love to take walks, garden, and putter around while listening to a good book.
I liked that fact that Tina read it and added her unique comic timing to an incredibly witty book. She was able to weave her personal narrative into an engaging, thoughtful stream-of-consciousnesses that revealed what makes her more than just another retired SNL comedian.
I liked Don Fey. I liked how she was able to sum up the most interesting man alive.
What, she does impressions?
It was laugh-out-loud funny and I'm never going to erase it off my audio playing device, which could or could not be an Apple product. I will consider this a must read/listen to book when I teach my drama class. I've never taught a drama class, but I've done Improv and got a degree in theatre. Not theater, theatre. You know.
I never got the pdf, I feel cheated.