I got this book based on positive review by Leo Laporte. However, the book is really geared toward women. I love Tina, and 30 Rock, but this book was not for me.
Brilliant. Funny. Original.
Her humor and honesty.
A full out performance.
The way she deals with homophobic attitudes is perfect. I wish everyone would read this book.
This was a really good read because it gives you some insight into the life of a groundbreaking female performer/writer/mother/queen of the mumbled phrase.
As a fan of Tina Fey, I knew the book was going to be funny (and it didn't disappoint). But after listening to her narration of her own material (both alone and with my family), I can't imagine how this book was meant to be anything other than an audio book. It's pitch-perfect and hilarious.
Some of the stories were ok, but she sounded like she was reading somebody else's life off a cue card the entire time. I couldn't even get through the audiobook.
Mom, Science Teacher, Kid at Heart. My 52 mile drive to work gives me time to finally stretch my brain. Audible has been a wonderful treat! Thanks Bob!
It would depend on the subject of the book.
It would depend on the subject of the audiobook.
Tina Fey was fine as a narrator.
This book read like a SNL episode: many topics-unrelated-most eliciting a chuckle.
This was my first audiobook and I found it easy to listen to. I have ordered a few more to try.
Funny, smart, real
Made me really laugh out loud.
I especially liked that she read her own book, added special touches for audible listeners (like the entire SNL Palin sketch instead of a transcript), and used her own inflections and voice to convey meanings a reader might miss.
Recommend you LISTEN to this, although the PDF photos are quite a treat.