Hearing Tina Fey read her own book was very enjoyable. She's a very funny woman and her book is hysterical and when you combine the two you end up with a wonderful audiobook.
Tina Fey was my favorite.
Yes! But I didn't. I often listen to audiobooks while running errands or doing laundry or cleaning closets, so I listened to it in several sessions.
A must listen!
This is a great book. Full stop. I like Tina Fey's honesty about herself and her appreciation of the people with whom she works.I listen to audio books while driving and only listen to lively/amusing books. "Bossypants" is perfect for my driving needs. This book is very well-written and structured to keep the reader engaged.Tina Fey is smart, funny, kind, and a very good modern Mom; or so she says.
My favorite part about this book was the section on Tina's father, Don Fey. I loved how she always spoke of him in the third person: When Don Fey put on a hat, that hat stayed on Don Fey's head until Don Fey took it off. Hats knew their place around Don Fey. (Not in the book --- I made it up)
I laughed and laughed ...
I'll listen again.
yes. because I like to laugh
It was authentic and funny.
Made my 7 hour drive fly by. Worth every penny.
She is the perfect narrator! Her story is hilarious - I laughed out loud at times and have gone back and listened more than once. A keeper for sure and a book everyone should own.
I know this book is highly rated, but after about 30 minutes I just put it down. I was waiting for a point, or some direction.
I guess it just isn't too my taste but I did not finish it.
Don Fey because you can tell how much Tina really loves him.
Prayer for my daughter- it had me laughing so hard.
It's in the upper 10%. I need to listen to more comedies like this.
Tina Fey. Duh! *laugh*
The part about Sylvester Stallone.
It made me *laugh*!
I can listen to this over and over and something will make me laugh that didn't the previous times.
Yes. There are a lot of interesting tidbits about SNL and Fey's stint as Sarah Palin. It's great to hear all of these stories told in her own voice.
I got the most out of her "Rules for Improv" and the workplace - really insightful about how to collaborate and innovate in a group.