I see myself listening to this book again, mainly because it's very funny. "Haha" funny, not funny like a funny smell. Also, I'm pretty sure I've missed a few details here and there while giggling.
My favorite character was a speck of dust on one of the baseball bats. It stood out because it reappeared every time Arthur was looking away. I think it was Marvin's fault.
Martin Freeman was probably the best pick to read this series with, perhaps, the exception of that famous radio news presenter from Han Wavel.
I actually almost did! I started listening to the book on a Saturday morning, and I kept listening through while doing chores around the house. I ended up doing more chores than planned, and I think I accidentally cleaned someone else's spaceship. And ever since, I can't imagine why, my fridge no longer needs electricity: I just need to feed it some restaurant bills.
This book is definitely the opposite of belgium. (Not the country.)
I love Tina Fey and her work, and finding out about her background was a great experience.
I especially loved the part where she talks about her experiences and advice about improv. If you only read one thing in this book, read that. The next best thing is the story about Don Fey; go read that.My favorite quote from the book, however, if from another chapter and it's about how to be a good manager: "Hire talented people, then get out of their way!"
The sole reason I can only rate this 4/5 is because it's hard to understand all that stuff about vaginas! :-)
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