I really enjoy real life comedy. This book was laugh out lid funny and surprisingly honest and touching at times. Usually I avoid books read by the author but this felt more natural as if she was just telling stories at the bar.
I really enjoyed her sharing this part of her life! I am so happy for her that she got her baby after all. We often forget the characters we love have a real life away from the cameras.
Thank God for Audio books and audible!
Listening to Rachel read her book must be 100 times better than reading it yourself
too many to rememeber
This was great! I have really been into listening to comedian's narration lately and it's nice to have a take on life where it doesn't end on the big screen or the next big project. Now I have a girl-crush on Rachel. Hope we can be close and personal friends one day!
The book discusses Rachel struggles as a comedian and it's very indicative to her writing, as well. I'm shocked that people gave this book more than three stars because I could barely get to the next chapter. Her writing is pedestrian, and reading comparable to someone in eighth grade. I gave it three stars because the bit about SNL was interesting.