Yes, it was. The comparisson is obvious, but it felt like reading the new 1984. With a new language and modernized.
Sure, he sure knows how to tell a story.
Mae's father. He cracked me up.
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The book loses itself a little towards the end. It seems like the author was in a rush to finish the last pages. And I know I'm new at the audiobooks world but it was hard to get used to a man imitating a woman's voice at the beginning.
Never read the print version.
As crazy as it seems, it reminds me of Bukowski's autobiographical books like Ham and Rye. They just make me feel good!
As I said, Fey delivers on everything she does. Including this book.
Yep. Couldn't, though, since I only listen while driving.
A must buy!
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