I listened to "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?" right before "Bossypants" and honestly they seemed like the same book… the same book that wasn't even really great the first time.
For a really good autobiography I recommend "Stories I Only Tell My Friends"
Lover of ideas who feels no guilt at all about her pleasures.
Being 50-ish, 'relate' would not come into my experience of the book - and still, when Mindy Kaling courageously breaks down the experience of being horribly let down by a boy, I cried. It's only about 5-10 minutes of the book, but, for me, it was a total deal maker. Other than that, I just found the audio book good company. If you're feeling lonely, ambitious and thwarted, or otherwise dissatisfied, you should give a listen.
No. Unless, of course, I suddenly became deeply interested in the inner workings of the mind of a middle school girl.
I love Mindy Kaling in The Office, but listening to her voice for 4 hours is like a mild form of torture.
No because, quite frankly, Mindy Kaling is just not interesting. The book starts off witty and entertaining and about halfway through, the whole thing loses steam and then towards the end there is an ENTIRE CHAPTER about how annoying it is when it takes a long time for a guy to tie his shoes. Obviously her comedic writing doesn't translate well into an entire book and a second one would be the worst idea since....well, since Mindy Kaling decided to write a first book.
This seems like its written by someone who still believes in unicorns and whose favorite color is
Read by Mindy Kaling
When she explains her relationships with diets. Hilarious.
I don't really remember Michael Schur as narrator. But having Mindy read her own book was absolutely necessary.
not that kind of book. Was perfect for a long flight.
Mindy is hilarious, educated, and welcoming. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the whole book. Having her as the reader made the experience THAT much better.
I was really excited about this book because I really like Mindy, but it was hard for me to get into it. It was so random, all over the place, and hard to follow. Some parts were funny but for the most part I found myself going "wtf does this have to do with anything before it?"