Typical Adam Carolla
Adam fans will enjoy this. Personally I felt his first book was stronger. While nice that he mixed it up I just prefer the Adam tirades. This book is Adam's personal history and is filled with funny moments, most of which left me thinking "and you kept these people as friends?!" Like I said if you are an Adam fan get it, there is something here for you. If you aren't sure if you are, I'd say check out "In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks...: And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy" first, it's put together a little better to me and I found it more entertaining.
narrated by the author
I listened to the book on a cross country trip. very enjoyable
Sure, I've been a long time Adam Carolla fan.. he's got a knack for telling it like it is.
Adam enticing Jimmy Kimmel to wake up and smell the coffee...
Found audible and audiobooks about two years ago and am love with the format!
Yes, many great stories, side stories and rants throughout the book. Adam narrating his history contains so much that's interesting and funny, and has a number of different stories and such that aren't in the physical book.
His other book, in 50 Years We'll all be Chicks contains a lot of Adams views, opinions, etc on a variety of topics, this book does the same, but in a context of his interesting time growing up before really any success.
This has to be one of the best audiobook performances by far. You feel like the author is actually talking to you rather than reading his book. There is no dryness or flat delivery which can sometimes occur with reading a humor book.
Adam is by far the beacon in the story but it was a joy hearing stories of Ray. Plus Ray makes a cameo in the book.
It did not feel like he was just reading the book to me. It felt like a guy recounting stories and tell them to you. It had a flow and pacing that I have never encountered before in an audiobook.
From rags to riches.
Yes, You always have to listen to audio books a few times to get everything.
Adam Carolla has always been interesting but I thought this multi-hour book with Adam reading was a treat. He seems like a guy you'd just like to have a beer with. Good book...highly recommended listen.
Ace is the most enjoyable reader.
The Nerdist Way, written by Chris Hardwick
Although I enjoy Chris, his reading of his book is unlistenable.
This is equal or better than his previous book.
I listen to his podcasts, plural, everyday. It's hard for me to get a extreme reaction to anything he says, but I enjoy his prolonged talks without the distractions.
I await his next audiobook.
Yes. Best book my husband and I have heard/read this year!
None, it's in a class of it's own.
The extra rants, having people read their own chapters and add their own perspectives to the Adam's stories.
Sense of humor required!
Love the audio and digital versions, still need to get the hard copy. Each has something different to offer, great use of multimedia platforms! We Love Adam!
I have not read the print version but since the audio book and the print versions are very different these might not be the best question to ask.
When Adam tells the story of his buddy Ray trying to spray water out of his butt onto the dude in the drive thru window at the Jack in the Box! the best books have a water pooping story in them.
When Ray came in to help tell a Ray Story. When Dr Drew came in to tell road trip stories and when Adam farted live to make a point!
Adams passion for how working hard to get out of the welfare . When he realizes how to do it.
this should be a movie.