A funny and surprisingly human account of life as Tina Fey sees it, narrated by, who else but Tina Fey herself. Wonderfully enjoyable five and half hours.
Great story, and a great reader but I didn't think the match was made in heaven.
The reader sounds cute and girly and, frankly, could probably deliver a seriously roof-raising performance for someone like the airhead Stephanie Plum.
This is a serious story though, told from the point of view of an experienced, accomplished anesthesiologist. It's not to say that there aren't doctors who sound like adorable airheads but the years of making serious decisions daily, and then having to stand by them leaves most of them sounding a lot more authoritative. The reader had a hard time conveying that authority. I rarely say that but i really preferred the printed version.
Great commute killer at the end, just like the rest of this author's books although at first I struggled to keep listening. If you like this kind of humor and do not shy away from some R-rated language, this is an easy and not terribly taxing way to pass time. Maybe not his best work, but easy, entertaining listen nevertheless.
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