"Good, could have been more"
Yes, I think performers delivering their own autobiographies is usually better and Tina Fey does it with expression and passion. The only slight criticism would be the way the edit fades down the last words in each chapter... It was weird and hard to hear but a minor complaint overall.
I haven't, but having seen a lot of her TV and film this was nice to hear.
The early improv years - I like hearing how it was literally just hard work and trying that hit her up.
Laugh in places, but not over
I feel like there is a lot missing from the book as a whole and she could have been much more thorough. I don't regret listening to it but I would hope there'll be a follow up book one day.
Enjoyable listening - maintains interest throughout, some laugh out loud moments with wise insights. A gift !
"Fell in love with Tina!"
I listened to this while jogging and ruined my pace laughing out loud. I scared fellow joggers, dogs and children, it was worth it.
Couldn't stop listening. Throughly entertaining, great insights and absolutely hilarious! So easy to listen to I wish it didn't finish.
I bought this book because it was a "daily deal" but I'd gladly spend a credit on it. As you would expect Tina Fey reads her book perfectly to laugh out loud consequence!
"Sweet, self-depreciating, but a touch evasive"
I enjoyed Bossypants a lot. Tina Fey is sweet and sharply witty as ever. I did wonder at times why she was writing an autobiography as it felt like she was reluctant to share the truly meaningful aspects of her life... And compensating for this by sharing pseudo-intimate anecdotes that create the impression the author is giving you some real deep Tina (e.g. period talk, breast feeding), but which you sense aren't really that private or intimate to her. The gaps and silences in Tina Fey's book tell you a lot about what is really important to her and as always, she is self aware enough to joke about that (see the "dammit I wasn't going to use my husband's real name skit").
I came to the conclusion that the book is either a) a contractual obligation or b) Tina's way of telling people about herself in a controlled way so that they will stop with the questions already. However, leaving that aside, there are some great pieces of discussion about her career, philosophical and feminist perspective and early life which are sharp, witty and incisive. She reads it beautifully and it is a lot of fun, whilst also being thought provoking.
Really enjoyed it, very funny in places and great performance. being a fan of her definitely an advantage!
"She could bossy me any day!"
Listening to Ms Fey narrate her life story so far for some maybe a recording too far but I found it turned her audio book into a conversation. All be it a one sided conversation but I found and I would encourage others to welcome her and her family into your own.
Ms Fey (I cannot call her Tina) tells you how difficult it was for women to be seen as funny back then when these days women are often the funniest. How she was one of the '1st's' to do this and to do that.
She pokes fun at herself, her life, her rise and everything in between (except Don Fey her Father) but you will love how she understands how Americans can appear to the rest of the world as highlighted in the honeymoon cruise saga.
I genuinely would encourage you to purchase or credit this book. I have re listened to this on numerous occasions.
"Absolutely Loved It"
I have been meaning to read/listen to this book since it was released, and I'm so sad I ended up waiting so long, because it is brilliant. The book is well read, hilarious and thoroughly enjoyable, I couldn't stop listening.
I would definitely recommend listening to the book, not only because Tiny Fey's narration is excellent but because it includes audio extracts of performances.
'Bossypants' is very funny, just what I'd expect from Tina Fey. I was extremely upset when it finished, I didn't want it to end.
If you like Tina Fey, I'm sure you won't be disappointed after a listen.
I love Tina Fey's wry sense of humour and delivery - this is one of those books you need to hear read by the author
All of it!
Er, Tina Fey
Be aware of where you listen to this - I laughed aloud in public on many occasions
Witty, positive, pleasant, and very funny.