This is my first Audiobook. I enjoy listening to Penn on Penn's Sunday School (where I heard about audible.com) and really wanted to read his book but don't have much free time to read. So I figured I'd listen instead.
His stories are well told and very full of great imagery.
Great book. I could listen to Penn speak for days.
If I had to sum up the entire book into three words they would be: Interesting, Thoughtful, Fun.
The book is actually more of a collection of stories. My favorite story was probably about the zero-g plane that Penn got to ride in. It was definitely one of the more interesting parts of the book.
Penn has a great voice and he does an amazing job expressing and pronouncing every single sentence. Great tone. Great rhythm.
To be a hero is to belief in the truth, even when it's inconvenient.
Do not hesitate to buy this audio book. I still can't believe I did. Well worth the listen time and again.
I do not agree with everything Penn carries on about but I could listen to Penn all day .
I love the podcast he does and look forward to hearing each new episode .
This book is worth the credit . So many funny stories .
I must now go to Youtube to check out his Vomit Comet adventure .
Love the way Penn brings to book to life telling his own stories.
Penn captivates with his style of writing and the stories he brings.
Loved the book!
Typical Penn, which is generally good, with a bit of lost focus here and there. I got the feeling he occasionally forgot what the book was supposed to be about. But at his best, Penn is funny, smart, and heart-on-sleeve honest. I'm never sorry when I spend time on something Penn has produced.
I think hearing about some more intimate parts of Penn's life, like his relationship with his family was memorable for me.
While I really enjoyed the book, it is not full of suspense and it did not create a desire to put everything else aside to listen to it. I think I listened to it within a few days but I did not need to listen to it in one sitting.
If you're expecting this to be a structured approach to arguing for atheism, look elsewhere. This book was meant to show Penn's viewpoint and have some fun, sad, and interesting stories to back up how he feels.
AB and the bacon cheeseburger because of the intense emotions....yes intense emotions about a cheeseburger. Buy his book an you will find out why.
Penn is at his best
I loved that Penn was reading it. I was going to purchase the book until I found out that it was also an audiobook narrated by Penn himself! I was so excited I bought it the same day.
What I liked best was that it is well read and I hope Penn narrates other books soon.
My favorite scene has got to be the bath house scene. I bookmarked it and replayed it a couple times.
Yes. I tried to listen to it in one sitting but it was like three in the morning when I was about a third in. XD
This was an amusing book, but not what I expected. Penn just tells a bunch of stories about himself and occasionally relates them to being an atheist. If you want to save some money you can just download his podcast and get basicly the same thing but with monkey stories to boot.
Great Book! Unlike this review request??? Why would you insist that I must use a minimum of 15 words or 25 characters? Maybe my time is more valuable than yours, but I prefer short answers that get the point across. I have other things to do today. Now that I have taken the time to write this little rant I have now wasted more time than if I had just obeyed your command to use 15 words or 25 characters, but hey, you wouldn't have known then how I really feel. Now that I know how your review system works, I will not be reviewing any more books that I have listened to. So, understanding that ... I do believe I have saved time over the long haul.
Very good book. Very entertaining. Time well spent!