I was surprised by how much I liked Denis Leary as a human being in this book. I had been unsure about how I felt about Leary outside of "Rescue Me", (which I loved), but he comes off as a very genuine and real person. Passionate about family, life, performance, and even the state of the country.
I have not heard any performances such as this before by him.
Yes it was, though I was admittedly on a 10 hour drive.
I enjoy Stephen Colbert's character go on his ridiculous rants but it felt like a bit less than full-effort. I enjoyed his previous book/audiobook more.
Of his two, this one would come in second. It is enjoyable enough, but it left me a bit wanting and missing the original.
It's his own pace, so yes, though I felt like it was as quality as in "I Am America".
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