I listened to this book when traveling abroad. It was seriously hard not to laugh out loud when listening to this book in public on the train or in a plane. Ok, I don't think I was always successful but the Japanese are so polite. I especially loved the telling of her family "Celebrating the birth of Christ",... "traveling arduously back to the place of your birth to be counted." I make the same I-80 trek across PA but in reveres for the holidays. I replayed that bit several times!
Tina's timing and style has always made me laugh. This book was no different. I enjoyed hearing the back story to the Sarah Palin skits on SNL. I hope Tina keeps doing political humor because it's funny not because it makes a political point.
I gifted this book to a friend and with the holidays coming I plan to gift a few more. Does it come in a less quality paperback (or mp3) version for acquaintances? Just kidding, Tina deserves full price.
Walter's story and version of the history of Apple is intriguing and professional. I have always been a fan of Apple and Jobs. The narrator does a fine job as well. I didn't realize it was not Walter reading it himself until I wrote this review.
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