It was both witty and inspiring. Great for easy listening and not bad as a mood lifter. Nothing takes the edge off a fourteen hour drive like raw sarcasm and wit.
Most memorable was Tina Fey's account of her father. Don Fey sounds like a man you did't cross. Stylish and firm. They don't make them like that anymore. "People recognized him. They would say, 'Hey that's Don Fey!'"
I enjoyed hearing her voice and inflection reading the account of her own life. There was something very real about her story that was only magnified by the grit of her own voice.
I did listen to this book all in one sitting. Unfortunately I was driving so I didn't get to see the Downloadable PDF until I made it to my destination. Funny Stuff!
Wouldn't know but would expect it to given the narrator.
Chelsea Handler's books in that both are funny and frank explorations of the absurdities of female life. However, Fey's book is much cleaner, more cerebral and less cynical.
As Fey makes fun of herself, it becomes more relatable and funny rather than embarrassing or wince-worthy.
I looked forward to my 45 mile commute just to listen to this book and was disappointed when it was done.
Yes especially since Tina Fey is reading it to you.
Steve Martin's Born Standing Up. They are both comedians though their stories are very different.
I have not but if she has read before I would consider looking for those books.
Absolutely. Very entertaining.
I like that Tina narrated the book herself. Her words, her voice. I really didn't know that much about her and I enjoyed hearing about her journey into the world of comedy and specifically Saturday Night Live.
I never had any interest in checking out her show 30 Rock. After listening to her talk about it in her book I started watching it. It's hilarious!
It's her sense of humor. Because she is narrating the book, you understand the way she phrases things.
I love audio books, fiction and nonfiction. I seem to be drawn to the Scandinavian writers and their narrators.
My roommate had to ask me not to listen when she was trying to sleep - she couldn't get over all the giggling and belly laughs. Tina Fey writes such intelligent comedy and her delivery is perfect. If laughing adds minutes to your longevity, I am a couple of years ahead after reading this thoroughly entertaining book.
I like Tina's story telling and insight into her life. I bought the book because I am an aspiring writer and comic. It was very helpful and fun to listen to her journey.
Just like her being herself.
Her interview with Lorne and getting on to Saturday Night Live.
I really enjoyed Tina Fey reading the book herself. It really added a lot to the content.
This book really drew you in and made you want to listen to it. I listened as I commuted to and from work and couldn't wait to get back in my car to listen more.
Tina made the audiobook for sure. If it were read by anyone else it would have NOT worked.
Wish the book were a little longer... LOL
I love Tina Fey's ability to be funny while being brutally honest on so many real life issues, from crazy vacations to psycho breastfeeding moms! She put into words what most of us really think in our heads but don't want to say out loud!
Mostly her sense of humor about life. The story had a good flow and was easy to follow.
kind, smooth, easy
The parts about her dad.
I guess just to say that at the beginning of the story it felt like you could tell she was a bit nervous narrating a book and her flow was a bit awkward. I can only imagine how hard it is to do something like that and I felt myself empathizing with her. As the story went on her you could feel her getting more comfortable with ability and her flow got very easy. As I said in my title totally enjoyable!
While I expected the book to be a lot funnier, Tina Fey does a great job of narrating the book. It provided me a few chuckles along the way, but I mostly enjoyed listening to her do the different voices. I would listen to another book by Tina Fey as long as she does the narrating.
The entire book kept my attention. You can tell Tina is passionate about her family and career.
I like the story or Tina being on the cruise ship and also hearing her describe the relationship with her husband. I also liked hearing Tina Fey's dating stories.
The book gives a good overview of Tina Fey's life and how she came into the business.
In my opinion, the book ended almost abruptly. Not sure what I was expecting, but it seems like the book needed a bit more closure.