©2008 Ben Karlin; (P)2008 Ben Karlin
I do this for Auir!
If you have some minor experience with audiobooks, you may have noticed that many audiobooks only have the one narrator throughout the book and it can be difficult to understand or follow. For such a small story, it was great to not have patton oswalt voice himself, the stripper, and his wife
I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, and only because of the language as well how personal the story was. It just reminds me of Tucker Max's book.
It was like hearing him on, "The King of Queens" or "United States of Tara"- familiar, nothing extravagant but certainly entertaining.
too short to be a film obviously
Audible should make it a free download as I could not justify spending a credit nor paying for it. Sorry Patton. Also, I wish the book was available in audiobook format in its entirety, not just this small section.
I've been a fan of fantasy and science fiction since childhhood. I kind burned out on sci-fi and now stick mainly to fantasy.
It isn't really an audiobook, more like a comedy bit.
This is an essay, but it pretty much is a stand-up bit. If you like Oswalt this is really funny.
I laughed... A lot...
This is funny and if you are a hard core fan get it. The problem is that it is incredibly short (8 minutes). So, don't waste a credit. It is less than $2 to buy. If you don't like Patton Oswalt pass on this one.
Someone with very dry humor who can dig through the muck to get a tiny laugh out of a bad joke.
No. Definitely not.
His voice was speeding through the book and was soooo annoying the way they portrayed the stripper.
Frustration that I spent 3 minutes of my life downloading this book.
There are no listener reviews for this title yet.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.