I'm not a huge fan of Rachel Dratch but the preview intrigued me. I took a chance and was not disappointed. It's got a little bit of the behind the scenes action you hope for, a little drama and a lot of laughs.
There isn't much depth to the stories, but that's ok. They're just light hearted and fun. It was a perfect book for traffic. And she has a great story telling voice!
I can't be sure because I only have the audio, but I can say for certain that it is worth reading/listening.
How Rachel describes her life in general. It was very interesting to see that perspective of show biz and the life of a "plain girl."
Her voice helped establish certain tones in the text.
When Rachel just becomes fully accepting of herself, her values and what she has.
I enjoyed this book because it was refreshing to "hear" the voice of a woman who is usually looked over due to her lack of "looks" and focus on her personality. Her sense of humor is great to and i really appreciate people like her that don't need others to justify their existence. She is who she is and she's funny. Take it or leave it :))
Christ Follower. Husband of Dana. Laugher. Foodie. Colorado Rockies. Denver Broncos. Our Dog, Honor.
This is a must for the audio version versus the print version. When she's telling her own story she's passionate and hilarious. Her characters, her quips and jokes are so much better when she's voicing it.
The first half of the book, about her life leading up to SNL and her work is lots of fun. She shows a lot of heart and fun in her telling of her pregnancy and private life as well.
Probably the whole account of her SNL days
I laughed out loud a number of times. She shows a lot of heart.
I listened to the whole book in one long car ride. Loved stepping into Dratch's world. She's smart, laugh out loud funny, and can break your heart.
I wish more people would read this book b/c it is both funny and genuine. This is one of the few times that a celebrity opens herself up enough to seem like an actual human being instead of someone trying to sell you some spin.
Like Tina Fey's memoir but somehow a little more personal.
I thoroughly enjoyed some of her accounts of new mommy drudgery.