While Andy Cohen may not be the best narrator for his own story, the details he shares are priceless. A true inside scoop into years of Television history.
I already have! He reads his own story and you feel like you are right there in the club house just hanging with Andy.
When Andy comes out to his college room mate it brought me to tears. Andy tells it all with his wide eyed fear, just wanting to still be loved by his family and friends.
There are too many to list. Andy's life in showbiz is filled with celeb meetings and he is forever the consumate fan.
I did not want it to be over.
Andy thanks for reading your own book and sharing all that is personal as well as your fascination with celebrity, reality and everything in between.
It was like Andy was telling you all his best stories
I loved the asides that he made to the listener
So entertaining, I cannot imagine downloading this info into my brain any other way than by Andy himself reading to me!
Books have always been an escape for me: initially from my studies, now from too much work. A good story is my favorite remedy.
I've already recommended the book to any friends or colleagues who share the guilty pleasure of any Bravo television shows. It was a fun insiders' view of the reality television industry while also demonstrating for readers that there is so much more to Mr. Cohen then is shown on WWHN.
The book was escapist delight and brought a smile to my face -- if not outright laughter -- on several occasions. Mr. Cohen writes (and narrates) just like he speaks on his talk show: energetic, self-deprecating, honest and with a spirit of unbridled "let's have some fun!"
Being of the same generation as Mr. Cohen, I recognize that other readers/listeners might not resonate so much with his exeriences and observations. However, I really enjoyed his recollections and hope that he'll follow-up in a few years with more perspectives on our peeping-Tom society -- or is it a "There but for the grace of God, go I" society? -- and remains as open and honest as he is here.
Probably not, as sometimes a little Andy Cohen is a lot of take and might not be everyone's cup of tea
I was kind of ready to give up listening in the middle when he began to explain playing pranks on his parents and what a spoiled employee/intern he was at CBS. This aspect of him is just not likeable and while I understand that he lived it (and has learned from it), it was not fun to listen to. However, it did improve and I enjoyed the rest of the book.
LOVED the part where he imitated Ross Perot and Michael Jackson - really funny
No sorry, it was just a light escape to listen to while travelling
Funny, behind the scenes and an easy read.
Can't think of one.
A must read for Bravo lovers.
I'm a fan of Andy Cohen and his show, so I was really looking forward to this book and he didn't disappoint for the most part. His work history and his journey to coming out were interesting and sweet, but I think I enjoyed his childhood letters from camp the most. He's fun to listen to, because he doesn't can make fun of himself and not take things so seriously. But, Andy....where's the juicy housewives/Bravo gossip? I was expecting more than how bad you thought the scenery for the reunion was!
I know in a book like this, it's customary for the author to read his own story, but......i could have done without. It may have been weird if he didn't, but Cohen sometimes sounds like he was a mouthfull of saliva or runs out of breathe. I can also hear his "acting".
Listening to Andy Cohen read his book is like having an old friend tell you his stories, secrets, and gossip. It's full of great anecdotes and hearing them in Andy's voice makes them truly memorable.
I will listen to Most Talkative probably several times. It is entertaining and honest. I love Andy Cohen. He's hilarious!
Andy is a natural. I felt like I was listening to a friend tell a story.