I'm not sure the narrator could've been better because her delivery made the story quite enjoyable.
Obviously Sara sticks out as it's her story but each person added a depth to the book that I appreciated.
Her commitment to accents and emotional delivery
Gah!... It's a recollection of the events surrounding the Holocaust in Hungary. Most moments were moving.
While I appreciated what the intro and Epilogue had to say about Sara, I could have just as easily gone without it and the additional hour which is why, Overall, I marked the book as 4 stars.
Absa-friggin-lutely. Tina Fey's narration makes this book what it is. It'd still be amusing in print but her delivery is flawless.
I can't think of anything else I've read or heard that was like this.
Her chapter on her honeymoon.
This book was a bit like a kiddy roller coaster of emotion. Some excerpts where hilarious, others were heartfelt, some were sad, a few were fantastic insights about the world of comedy.
I listened to this whole book on a 7 hour round trip car ride with my boyfriend. It provided some fantastic filler for a long road trip and provided some excellent jumping off points for conversation. I'd recommend to anyone with a decent sense of humor and good vocabulary. Only thing that bothered me was when she trailed off in a quieter voice that was barely audible over the sound of the road even with the sound system cranked way up. This probably wouldn't be an issue with headphones.
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