I loved this book! I read a few "don't read this in public" comments because you'll burst out into laughter and I didn't take them seriously. Well it happened. Not only to me but also to my husband. I loved every minute of this book. Seriously funny.
Sure. I laughed a lot and her description of anxiety made me nod along.
I like her voice and reading. She does sing the chapter titles and I have no idea why, it is very disconcerting at first but by my third listen I was singing them with her so I guess I shouldn't complain.
*beware miscarriage chapter in it*
I have read this a few times (makes me laugh everytime) but having the author read it made it even better. She has a very pleasant voice. Looking forward to her next book!!
The coming of age story (if you could call it that) would have been much better if the actual author had not performed the audio version. I thought that her prose was annoyingly repetetive, and overy dripping with sarcasm to the point of so many eye rolls I thought I was going to have to see the optometrist.
Great book! Laugh out loud funny! I will definitely listen to it again and recommend it to anyone not easily offended. With that said, it is fairly mild in comparison to other adult comedies.
I am about to listen to "Let's Pretend This Never Happened" all over again. I laughed out loud -really hard- so many times. This book makes whatever day you're having a happier one, and Jenny Lawson deserves every good thing ever said about her. And p.s. Victor is a lucky man.
I cld understand reading this as a series of very short essays but this doesn't make for a good audibook. There's no flowing story more like a person telling you a bunch of antidotes they think are funny. The humour relies on metaphors