With all the buildup from previous reviews, I expected something really hilarious. The hilarious moment came in one of the first few chapters when she talked about "coming of age." After that it was just so-so. A few moments of minor chuckling, but nothing like I was led to believe. I'm sorry I wasted my money on this book.
Real. Uproarious. Classy.
I liked listening to her Sarah Palin skit. It gave me a real sense of what her performances are like.
I'd heard about her on the morning news during the election of 2008 and how much she resembled Sarah Palin.
I liked how she made impression of Don Fey, her father.
She's got a great voice. I'm glad I listened to this one.
After 67 chapters I gave up. Tina Fey is a funny onstage , but as a writer as they say: not so much. Bring, long winded and pointless.
I got this book because i LOVE Tina Fey. I did not know this was a "women" book, but has a guy I loved it. I was laughing on the bus/train going to work. People looking at me. I love the book Tina, I hope you will make another one :)
Books are great when the author is the one to read it but Tina Fey takes this to a whole new level! I can't imagine having read it and missing out on hearing her read it.
This book is actually read by the author, not some mono-toned narrator who couldn't care less about the words that are coming out of their mouth. This is by far my favorite audio book. She's funny, passionate & has the ability to convey what she's feeling in every line. Well done Tina Fey! Well Done!
Good, not great. A ton of Tina Fey humor, which is great for laughs. But it tends to get old after a while.
Loved listening to Tina tell her story herself. Sometimes the story of her life bogged a bit - weren't we all misunderstood teen losers? But there are many funny lines that only she could tell. Her reading made it clear that she knew you were listening to an audio book, but it was kind of disheartening how many times she referred to a pdf that supposedly came with the book that I couldn't access.