Yes, much better. Hearing George Carlin's words with his voice made the book funnier.
Bossypants by Tina Fey. I think comedy books read by the author is similar to listening to a comedy album.
I can't really remember.
I definitely laughed a lot.
I would totally recommend this. It's very informative and enlightening about America's relationship with illegal drugs.
I thought his descriptions of the various hallucinogens that people were very accurate.
The narrator sounded a little older than the writer, so whenever the book dropped into first person accounts, it sounded a little strange.
The story just never went anywhere. I was almost finished with the book but couldn't be bothered listening to the very end. I just didn't care what happened to any of the characters.
No, I wouldn't.
I think the humor comes out well.
All of the parts having to do with religious fundamentalists.
It was a bit odd to have a book set in America, following American character's POV with a British accent. It was a bit hard to overcome this disconnect.
The twists and turns. I also really liked how a science fiction story remained grounded.
A certain gravitas that brings the story to life.
Yes. He's funny and hearing him read it is makes it much better.
All of them.
There were some interesting anecdotes spread throughout the book.
It didn't really increase my interest in the subject matter.
No, she does not.
When narrating the taxonomy, her voice sounded like an automated message.
Yes. I would listen to while biking to work and it made the journey go by quickly.
He made the crowd scenes more dynamic.
It's funny and Tina Fey is the perfect person to narrate her funny book.
I couldn't imagine anyone else reading this.
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