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.
I am a huge Tina Fey fan. But I wanted to hear more about her life not about babys and mom stuff. The parts about her being a mom and her family were great! But there was a lot of irrelevant topics that I could tell was just "book filler". The book was funny! But I had more fun reading Sarah Silvermans "the Bedwetter" and Rachel Dratchs "Girl walks into a bar" books. Those were great! No matter what though I still love Tina Fey too!
My perception of Tina Fey, before I read this book, was that she would be more sarcastic and that the book would be filled with one liners. Instead, I was treated to a little bit of insight into her personality as well as some of her challenges in life. Good listen!
Yes, it was so funny and inspiring
When she was talking about having another child as an older mom.
you get to know her better
When she was thinking about having more children in her 40's.
This book was so good. I wish I had listened to it when it first came out.
I would definitely recommend this audiobook.
the backstories of 30 Rock
It doesn't always work when the author is also the narrator of the audiobook, but in this case it made it ten times better!
I was laughing out loud in quite a few parts, which was awkward since I'm usually walking by myself or on the subway when listening to the audiobook.
I am listening to it for the second time now, and it's still funny:)
Tina Fey's voice in entertaining. If we could get her to narrate all the books I've been procrastinating to read on my wish list I'd be done with them in 2 days.
YES! I would have listened straight through except I have a rule to only listen in the car to help control my road rage. So, instead I listened on 2 separate occasions in the car and a good 1.5 hours at work.
Tina Fey's observations of the world and how women fit into it is pretty witty and dead on. I want to say Tina Fey is smart because she is but I hope that doesn't deter people from reading. She doesn't discuss math so rest assured this book is both smart and funny. I hope every woman over 25 reads this book. I know you'll enjoy it.
I love audible to listen to my books while commuting in the SF Bay Area. It makes the time go by so fast and keeps me engrossed.
Tina is a great writer and great reader of her story. She adds so much to the story.
I have always liked Tina Fey, but know I REALLY like her. She is SOOOO funny and I love hearing this book about her life from HER as the narrator. I love listening to my books when I am doing boring tasks like driving, grocery shopping, etc, but listening to her book and doing this makes you look like a complete nut. I was busting out laughing walking into my conservative office, in the grocery store- while many people were staring at me wondering if I maybe wasn't on my meds :) I really like her view on so many issues, mostly women accepting women and hearing her voice her insecurities (for such an amazing woman) was too funny! Listen to this book when you are ready for lots of laughs- I played parts for my husband who thought it was hilarious too. I have another friend who did the same thing. Everyone I have asked who has read this loved it!
Part autobiography and part "how to be an effective boss", this is learning made fun. She tackles some sensitive issues with honesty. Made me look at my attitudes, too.