I would absolutely recommend this audiobook to a friend - Rachel Dratch taps right in to what it feels like to be a mature woman still figuring it out - she takes the shame away by letting you know you aren't alone!
When Rachel and her 'life partner' keep seeing pigs - that's the crazy kind of woo -woo stuff I don't believe in but always happens to me. I can't get away, and neither can she.
Hands down her sense of humor - I have been a fan of hers for quite some time, and her timing and spirit is undeniable.
Rachel Dratch keeps her positive spirit about her public persona, and her personal truth. I don't think there is one part in her book where I feel sorry for her, or that she comes looking for sympathy. She's a woman who appears to be truly aware and thankful for everything she has, even if it's not exactly what she imagined.
Funny, relatable, light
Don't want to give anything away
I did listen to it straight through and didn't want to switch to another story, but I was also on a long drive. Idk that I would've stayed at home and listened to 6hrs straight, unless I really had nothing to do!
Great book, loved the narration. And I'm a big Tina Fey fan, but I honestly liked this book better than Fey's. Maybe it's the whole underdog thing. But I liked both memoirs and this one is definitely funny.
This was an okay book. I was hoping for a book about humor not the memoir of Rachel Dratch. She is funny and I did enjoy the book. I just should have read the description a little closer.
This book is interesting, and as to be expected, Rachel does a great job with comedic delivery as the narrator. Her humility and outlook on life are refreshing. However, the book drags a little in some places and feels repetitive, not that she actually repeats life stories, but certain parts feel too similar to the rest of the book. I enjoyed it, and did laugh at loud in certain parts, and nod in other parts, totally relating to what she was describing, but there was nothing outstanding. Good but not great.
Rachel Dratch is a great actor and this really came across in her book, her narration was funny endearing and relatable. If you like comedy biography you'll probably like this.
Bohemian Bon Vivant
Yes, with reservations.
Loved it. I look forward to what she does next! She was great fun to spend time with. Very amusing and a great attitude.
This book was a pleasure to read thanks to Rachel Dratch herself and her very upbeat and comedic take on things. Where it rather lost me was the last third or so when she got into the stuff about finding herself pregnant and what came after. This was not very interesting and was like being forced to look at someone else's baby snapshots and hear their story. Still, if this is the book she set out to write, she did a great job at it, it's just that I wasn't interested in that aspect of her life. I'd still recommend it, however, because she does such a great job with the part that comes before this and she's FUN to spend time with and listen to. I'd really like to see her do another audio book about life in general, and not so much about motherhood, which is pretty universal and not all that interesting.
People who like biographies of other people with self pity.
The book is finished and I have not laugh one time.
Her voice and her expressions.
Do not buy this book if you are looking for a stand up comedy. Its basically a biography filled with negative self image.
You feel like you were listenning to friend talking about their life story.
I never heard of her
SNL created an other star
Yes. It doesn't stand up to Bossypants, but Dratch knows that, too. The book is good and honest and a nice look at a pretty regular life.
The book starts out saying this won't be about showbiz. Then the first half of the book is about showbiz especially SNL and Second City. But that's good since that's why we want to buy this book isn't it. This book actually tells you some things about SNL you didn't find out by reading Tina Fey's Bossypants. But it is the comparison to Bossypants that hurts this book. Although the performance is great it just isn't as interesting as Tina Fey's book which is quickly becoming the standard for Audible autobiographies.
The performance in this book was great, the biggest selling point of this book. I feel bad for the people who only get to read it.
No. In fact there is a break point about 3 hours in that makes an easy stopping point.