Saw him at a comedy festival thought he was funny. The book not so much.
A bit of himself and real feelings.
Maybe, only because I enjoyed his first book.
Just like on his show when he started the whole, 'HAH, HA" thing, his tone becomes obnoxious and repetitive.
I would tell him to put in some genuine feelings along with the fluffy diary commentary.
Andy Cohen is smart enough to take the "rubber necker" in all of our natures and develop shows that we ,often guiltily, love to watch. I know he is smart, he has maintained friends for years so there must be some depth and he is an entertaining show host. I expected more from him!
Got this book based on a review from another Audible member.
It got me through an entire day of painting, enjoyably!
Well worth the listen.
Read this book!
I don't mind that I wasted a credit, if only I could get my time back.
Poorly written, poorly read. More about his conquests than the cruises.
A kiss and tell, where you get the feeling they did not care for his kissing, and I could have done without the telling.
Entertaining story but ruined by an annoying narrator who often "over acts".
Korean characters sound Pakistani.
Nothing like an author who can laugh at himself,express such affection for his his wife and kids, and amusement at world at large.
This charming collection will catch you off guard and have you laughing unexpectedly.
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