I loved hearing Ellen read her book
All of Ellen's stories are funny or touching
Ellen is excellent and her reading her own book added a great touch
I listened to this book while waiting to serve jury duty
Because of this book, I'm hooked on audio books! Thanks audible.com!
I love reading self-improvement and humour books because we all need a little laughter in our lives.
Inspiring, Humorous, Outstanding
Ellen Degeneres is such an inspiration for many people. She inspires people to just "stop and smell the roses." She is a celebrity whose life is very private and thus, we see no media mis-interpretation of her. Throughout this story, she allows us into her life in an extremely positive way. She combines humour and real-life.
Ellen brings emotion and laughter to the story. Because of the way it is written, it could easily be mis-interpreted and people may not catch the sarcasm. By listening to it, you get the full message.
This book made me laugh...and laugh hard!
I was wholeheartedly disappointed. The book and narration was forced and gimmicky. Strange silences at the end of chapters to prove a point is a perfect recipe for the amazing REM I had during this experience.
It is obvious that Ellen had very little to say, to start off with. She even acknowledges this at the start of the book. It was really true.. She didn't know what to write
Monotone, Disappointing, Waste
All scenes under 3 minutes... And there were many if them
Yes, I listened to this book while multitasking: walking, doing chores.
If they were fans of Ellen, sure.
She goes on long tangents that if I was reading I probably would have skipped over, but listening to her ramble made it easier to understand where her mind was going.
I've always been a fan of her show, books and standup, but I was a little surprised by this.
It's a little too "stream of consciousness" for my taste. It's as if she just sat down with a basic outline, and lists off everything that comes into her head.
Her delivery, it really makes the experience.
I got bored after an hour.
Seems like a lot of wasted space, filler. I even broke my own rule of listening all the way through. Just couldn't stand to listen any more. Too bad. I was hoping for a lot more from her.
I'm a high school English teacher, partner, mom, daughter, sister, and adventurer.
I always enjoy hearing books read by the author and this is no exception.
This audiobook was surprisingly short. Much of the material was redundant with Ellen's stand up comedy - particularly her HBO show.
Ellen's reading of the book was good, but actually not as emotive as her standup. It almost felt like it was something on her "to do" list rather than something she was inspired to do.
Nope, no extreme emotion. A few smiles and maybe 1 or 2 out loud laughs, but I was expecting more.
Maybe. I Love Ellen. But this in my opinion is not Ellen at her best.
It is a great listen if you want a good laugh and also has some fun little life lessons thrown into the mix.
The realness of it. No sugar coating here.
Ellen is a true story teller, and her fun outlook on life shines through.
All the rambling which is about 90% of what I could bare listening to. Which is up to Chapter 12, after her favorite Chapter number
I enjoyed her shows, her jokes, but there are way too much rambling and not getting to any point. It feel more like it's a chore for her to write this book. Feels like my book report in primary school, just keep writing because I have to fulfil a certain number of words.