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.
I guess I expected it to be more entertaining than it actually was.
I don't know
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I like that she calls blonds yellow hairs
Yes. And this book was more entertaining, though I love her other stuff too.
When she was talking about daughter.
I laughed out loud many times during this book, but there are a few sections of the book that go into detail about characters from SNL and 30 Rock that probably would not be as funny if you do not watch those shows.
As a Tina Fey fan, I had high hopes for the book, and it completely delivered Not just a collection of anecdotes, but the story of Tina's childhood and road to the successful woman she is today. Of course her truthful, hysterical, friend in my head method of narrating the book is the deal breaker. I love how this was unexpectedly a girl power book while never meaning to be. Tina Fey, newly elevated BEST friend in my head, I love you.
I listened to this book while driving and literally had to pull to the side of the road because I was laughing so hard. Tina Fey delivers a hilarious performance and I enjoyed hearing more about her roots and background. If you're a Tina Fey fan, this is a must-listen.
I LOVE when authors read their own books! Tina Fey is a true actor and it comes out in every word of her book. Her words are incredibly full of life and inflection and innuendo and overall I found Bossypants easy to follow, and hard to put down!
Responding to fan mail she found on completely random message boards on the net. Man, i wish I could take criticism with that kind of grace.
She has talent and a great sense of humor. Why does she have to be so crude and use foul language? I saw the extremely high ratings and bought it, then began listening to it with others around and nearly broke my leg trying to get to my computer to turn it off when the crude language began. Is it just so part of everyone's life that it's not a big deal anymore? Sorry, it's not my thing and I wish it would have contained a warning saying, "Explicit language".
It wasnt the story, it was the build up from other reviewers that left me disappointed. It was kinda funny, but I didnt almost wreck my car over it.