Millennials Are Ruining the World!

Humorous Essays on the Generational Divide
Narrated by: Seth Bisen-Hersh
Length: 8 hrs and 47 mins
3.4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Seth Bisen-Hersh’s third book Millennials Are Ruining the World! features 24 humorous essays on the generational divide. Topics include railing against millennials’ solipsistic entitlement, their lack of responsibility and reliability, and their outsized, outrageous outraging. Essays also digress to discuss disturbing technological changes, meditation, Seth’s guide to a healthy relationship, reflections on nearing 40, gratefulness, and more! Additionally, Seth’s cat, Smee, pens his second cat-pter pontificating on how cats are better than millennials. Perfect for all generations - whether they like it or not.

©2018 Seth Bisen-Hersh (P)2019 Seth Bisen-Hersh

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Millennial-Approved

I love this book, and not only because I am referenced several times throughout. The author, Seth Bisen-Hersh, has a very unique way of crafting his sentences even when talking about how much he hates things. I appreciate the humor in this book; the jokes sometimes come completely out of left field, in the best way. I really enjoyed listening to this book in the car as I drove— it made sitting in traffic FAR more bearable! Excellent job, Seth. Consider it millennial-approved.

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I'm sorry. :(

I tried to finish the book because it did seem funny. And it was, at least for the parts I got to listen to. I LOL-ed a lot because I could relate. (I was born in the early 80s.) But the narration was very distracting, like forcing yourself to listen to that nerdy cousin everyone else avoids during your family reunion, because you want to be polite and you feel sorry for them. So you sit there and smile though you're dying to leave. I can't get past the first chapter. I received a free copy and am voluntarily leaving my unbiased review.

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Interesting, Irritating & Sometimes Funny Listen

This is an interesting, irritating & eye rolling listen. Interesting due to some of his views, irritating due to a bit too much rambling and funny due to the humor (whether intended or not). I'm an, ahem, older person and found some of what the author rambles about quite humorous. I also found myself agreeing with part of what he says. This book will not be for everyone but there will be those of us who can handle it beginning to end. The narration done by the author is nicely done. This is one of those books that would have suffered if someone else had narrated it. The author is able to tell his ramblings with the tone and emotion he wants to come across. I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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We all have that friend that we can sit and talk to about anything

That’s what this is like. Listening to this is best done while drinking. I don’t mean that in a bad way...I mean it in the sense that it reminds me of sitting with friends drinking late into the night and talking about all the things in the world that we enjoy and hate...now take Out the stuff you enjoy and just make it about the stuff you can’t stand...and make it so that you aren’t responding but just listening to your friend go on and on. That’s what this reminds me of. That being said, like any good friend the filter is off and he speaks his mind regardless of any offense that could be made by what is said. So why not all 5’s? Because there is way too much rambling. I am glad I listened to rather then tried to read this in print. This is meant for audio. It is read by the author which is perfect because the intonations and such are exactly where he wants and how he wants. If you are up for a good late night rant this is the perfect book for you. I enjoyed and hope you do as well. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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IDF

I just couldn't continue - I really thought this would be a funny read and I really think it could have been and was meant to be...I even listened to a sample before requesting a copy and thought - hey, this will be a pretty cute read and I'll get some chuckles but I got 1/4 of the way in and I just couldn't do it anymore. It's just not funny, at all. It's a guy who's just ranting about how cheep he is and crappy everything is around him and I swear he said "anyway" all the time! So, anyway...I'm so sorry that I couldn't finish...I'm sure it's a great read / listen for someone out there but not for me...if I feel up to continuing and decide differently, I will update this review. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Lackluster humor

It was difficult for me to get into this book at all. I am not sure I got the humor. It might help if the author had a professional reader. Narration was difficult for me to listen to.