Ghetto Fabulous Girl Geek
I would absolutely recommend this audiobook! It's a quick, silly, totally relatable tale that most of my friends would very much enjoy.
I very much enjoyed her "Top 10" (although not always 10) lists.
Out of the non-fiction books I have listened to these one kept my attention and had me laugh from the first minute. It will be a book I will recommend to friends.
I loved when she described her childhood cuz I felt like I could relate.
Yes very much.
Listens while running
Laugh Out Loud
Mindy Kaling is very, very funny, and I loved hearing her take on her life and experiences. Is it the best book I've ever read? No, but it's a delightful audiobook, and I embarrassed myself while running with my dog and listening to it.
I'd recommend this book to certain friends because some of Mindy's experiences are very relatable and recognizable.
As a 30 year old woman, Mindy's stories were relatable and funny. I found the flow to be a little random sometimes; she jumped around to different topics quite abruptly. She also has a lot of lists. Some people might find this irritating but I thought most of them were pretty funny.
For the most part, I enjoyed Mindy's perspective and experiences and think she's a funny, talented lady!
This book was funny. Mindy Kaling is intelligent and has a quirky sense of humor that is all over the map. However, this proves to be a double edged sword for her book. It just lacks a consistent stream of thought to keep me reading and come back to the book after I had to stop it.
A fun read but a little slim for the credit and while it's similar to Tina Fey's book, it's just not the same caliber.
Great read. Kaling is funny and witty. A lot like Tina Fey's Bossy Pants.
Entertaining, Enjoyable and AWESOME!!
Just the simple story of her life. Stories that are relatable and no different than you or I.
High! It was great to hear Mindy reading this, it added so much to the book.
I listened to this to and from work, and I hated to get out of the car. I would laugh out loud by myself in my car. The other drivers must have thought I was nuts.
Well, as far as fun memoir types of books this ranks pretty high.
I enjoyed Mindy's story because she is fun to listen to. I have watched The Office for years and it was great to hear how she ended up there. I am also from the Boston area and it makes me feel more ambitious to hear successful stories about people close to me in age that grew up in this area of the country. I loved her honesty, wit and unapologetic sense of self.
I would have to say there were many scenes i loved but especially found it funny when she ran out of work after taking a comment too personally and came back without letting anyone know she had left. I have definitely done this and could relate. I laughed out loud a lot.
On one point I was slightly disappointed and that would be that Mindy does not understand John Cougar Mellencamp. Mindy if you read this, Jack and Diane is not a high school fantasy of jocks and cheerleaders getting it on after school,it is a gritty story about a mixed race high school relationship. Actually most of JCM songs are about racial tensions. Not trying to be annoying, just thought you would want to know.