The book was well done. It flowed really well and didn't bore me. It made Lena Dunham seem a little more spoiled and pretentious than I had originally thought. She writes about things that are interesting but almost like she drifted through life and just happened to become a famous, celebrated screenwriter/ actress. She sounds like she always had people to fall back on and that all the problems she had were those of the 1%. I did enjoy hearing about her story but it occasionally came of as whining about how her life was so hard to find a therapist that understood her and the struggle she faced by with wanting to be friends with her therapists daughter but mot being able to be.
I didn't expect the book to end this way. It left me feeling like there should have been some sort of conclusion or wrap up
She gave each character their own presence beyond just a different voice
She was pretty open about everything. I'm not very interested in knowing anything else
It was a pretty straight forward story. No big epic events that changed everything but she was also very honest about not the popular kid and wanting to pursue comedy when everyone else wanted to pursue makeup.
Mindy was the best character but she was mostly the only real character of mention in the book
never listened to other stuff
when she admitted to being ok with not being friends with the other girls because they were not as into Comedy or other things that she was.
I like him. He told some stories that were not necessarily the most flattering to him but explained a lot about him. It was funny and honest. It also had some stories that were a more emotional topic but were not sappy. It was a book that both me and women could laugh at and relate to.
lets just pretend this never happend by Jennifer lawson
Autobiography of a Fat bride - Laurie Notaro
Roseanarchy - Roseanne
it sounds more honest when he tells it because he doesn't sound like he is reading it just telling to you the story from memory.
His poor mother
yes, I love the refreshing relateable stories.
Her last story about meeting a celebrity on a plane was very sweet and hilarious. likely my favorite.
i have never listened to any of her stuff before.
It was hilarious the wholeway through.
no, his voice is not nice to listen too
you could never tell if the story was from a man or woman's point of view. The voices he used were really annoying and his inflections sometimes made no sense. I found myself wanting the book to end a lot.
none in particular. they were all relatively the same. The stories weren't funny as much as repulsive. Nothing was overly unexpected
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