Join Emmy-winning comedy writer Ken Levine (MASH, Cheers, Frasier, The Simpsons) as he attempts to grow up in the most exciting and turbulent decade of the 20th Century. From the California Myth, to the Sunset Strip, the war, the Beatles, the hippies, the riots, the drugs, and the sex - Ken Levine has lived it (although not as much sex as he would have liked). He shows you what a profound and indelible effect the '60s had on him and the world through a series of hilarious (and sometimes harrowing) first-hand recollections that will put you right there with him.
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A look at growing up in the 1960s by tv and film comedy writer Ken Levine. Levine is an entertaining reader and his book is funny, sardonic and communicates to this listener what it felt like to grow up in the 60s. It both is and is not your typical story of growing up during that time. Here's hoping Levine writers another volume on the 70s. Highly recommended.
Consistently entertaining and laugh out loud funny.
The book's author, Ken Levine (with Honoria Feldman being a close second).
Ken's delivery of jokes is spot-on - and his stentorian tones are quite soothing.
It made me laugh a lot. It didn't make me cry at all.
I listen to more than a dozen books on audio every year - and this was easily the most enjoyable in memory.
This book was horrible, I expected a professional comedy show writer to have lots of funny or interesting things to say. There was literally nothing not one thing funny in this book. And it read (listened) like a boring geek trying to summarize the highlights of his high school journal.
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