I would recommend the book to most of my friends, however because there is some cussing that some might find offensive there are certain of my conservative friends who i would not recommend this book to.
Tina was just funny, it was great listening to her narrate her own story. My sister and I listened to this book while we drove to Montana. We laughed together, and both couldn't wait to continue the story when we'd make stops. Which is a big thing, my sister and I never agree on books or movies or even interesting topics to talk about. And, actually thinking about it, this was the first road trip we've taken together where we didn't argue or get in a fight. So what did I like best about Tina Fey's performance? I like that she entertained two people who were completely different.
This is a super funny book, made all the better by being narrated by Tina Fey herself. It's an audiobook you have to hear, as long as you don't have any little kids around who you don't want hearing some cuss words here and there.
Very funny, I like the way she thinks. Tina Fey is brilliant and very relatable. I'd recommend it to everyone except a few chapters about female issues which men don't understand and may find uncomfortable.
Very funny book by a very funny woman who has earned her success. Definitely worth the listen.
Tina responds to some of the hate mail she's received over the years.
She reads it as if it were a skit on her life, not just a book. She takes time to acknowledge the listener and it was refreshing.
Get ready to laugh out loud on the train, in your car, where ever you listen.
The comedic timing Fey usually conveys is starkly missing from a great deal of this audiobook. I wish she used a more conversational tone as though she were telling a story so it didn't sound like she was just reading a book to us, if that makes sense. It also wasn't as funny as I thought it would be, but I feel like that was largely due to the narration, which may have been better on paper but didn't translate for me.
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I would ask her to use a more conversational, story-telling type of tone.
Maybe - it's hard to say because I didn't enjoy the audiobook. We only made it about 2/3 of the way through it. I might have enjoyed it more had I read the paper book.
It was funny. I laughed right out loud. I love her delivery. I have shared this book with others.
Carol Burnett's autobiography as it was also comical.
The delivery! The timing. Her side comments are histerical and I think you would lose that in reading it.
Yes. I laughed. I was traveling at the time and had people looking my way but didn't care he he
I would definitely recommend it.
Tina Fey's life story - told by her. She is a funny lady.
Tina Fey narrated her own story.
It felt like she was in the car with me telling the stories.
Stories about her Father - that's Don Fey!
Maybe. It is not the kind of book that grabs you. It is an autobiography and is entertaining but not a book that you can't put down.
Not sure since I don't usually read autobiographies but I will be getting Rod Stewart's next.
I liked that she brings herself to life. She has a witty and irreverent style. Very engaging.
I found it refreshing that she came to the aid of her gay friends and never changed her opinion about one's freedom to be who they are.
This was a great book to listen to while traveling down the road. It was funny, engaging, thought provoking at times and yes,after listening I even wanted to share it with my mom and sisters!
Well that would be Tina Fey because the book is by Tina Fey, about Tina Fey and read by...you guessed it...Tina Fey!
I am from the Charlottesville, VA area where, after listening to this book I learned Tina went to college. I thought the parts about her time there literally hit close to home. I also enjoyed hearing her story about her father and her thoughts on parenting today.
I was driving in a car for 6 hours, so this filled the time perfectly. I actually had wished it was longer but alas it was not.