While I enjoy Colbert and certainly agree with most of his insight into our politics, this book is not interesting or very funny.
This book is simply Boring
Yes, I'd listen to this again which is saying something because I rarely re-listen to audio books due to having so many I have yet to listen to.
There are certain books that just work better as audio books. You get the inflection of Colbert as he would want the book to be read. I think that adds to the enjoyment of the work.
The funniest book I have ever listen to. Stephen is smart, witty, and funny! People were looking at me driving and laughing like I'm crazy. That said, Stephen knows how to walk the thin line between joking about a topic and pointing real and tough problems. SMART.
I couldn't know if he's joking or serious. I guess he was both which what makes this book good.
Cry from laughter
Only another Stephen Colbert book can compare. He is one of a kind!
Ha! Well, Stephen Colbert. His style is just plain funny!
Jobs, Medication, Gold and Sh*t Brownies: Important facts about America
Funny, Hilarious, and Sad...but mostly, funny!
Anyone who listens will become a Stephen Colbert Stalker
by being Stephen Colbert
there can never be anything wrong with his performance....he is Stephen Colbert
Why read the book when Stephen will read it at me so well.
His delivery of every bit was spot on.
Too many good bits to pick from.
I wouldn't change a thing.
The road trip got even better.
Steven's delivery is essential to this book! If you love his show, you will like this.
I would definitely recommend this book
Of course I laughed out loud! It's Colbert!
The book seemed a little short, maybe that's because I was enjoying it so much. Stephen can make deep insights into the current political and pop culture scene that make you think and laugh at the same time!
If you are considering either reading the book or listening to it, I recommend listening. The performance is great! If you were thinking about not reading or listening to it at all, then you should change your mind, because you would be missing out!
I have listened to 5 books and this is the lowest rank after Al Gore's book.
He talks about unemployment and benzodiazopines (?) or psychotropic drugs. His reading and jokes are a bit too angry at times for me to enjoy.
When he talks about Vicodim being the wonder drug determined by the open market (high demand for the drug).
No. I listen in parts.
Cobert's first book is a better listen. So much for sequels.
I really enjoyed this because the writers put together a great book, and Colbert does an amazing job narating; it is basically a non-news based episode of his show. This is best produced audiobook I've heard.