Yes, Please [Audiobook Review]

I am still debating whether or not I will actually catch up on reviews. For now, I guess I am trying to give you at least a few thoughts.


Title: Yes, Please
Author: Amy Poehler
Narrator: Amy Poehler (with special guests)
Genre: Memoir
Pages: 352
Audio: 7.5 hours
Year: 2014
Publisher: Harper Audio
Source: Personal Collection
Book Rating: 5/5
Audio Rating: 5/5

Summary:

This is Amy Poehler’s addition to the wonderful string of female comedian memoirs. Discussing her career, her family, and everything in between.

My Thoughts:

I learned a lot about Amy Poehler. While I am a devoted Parks and Rec fan, and her stint on SNL corresponded with a time in my life in which I could still stay up until 1am, I actually didn’t know anything about the Upright Citizens Brigade. She is one busy woman!

I also learned that Amy is a little cruder, but perhaps even funnier, than I thought.

Seth Meyers’ chapter was my favorite. Or maybe the one written by her parents. I would be happy with a tribute half as touching in my own memoir.

Audiobook Thoughts:

If you read this in print, I think you made a mistake.

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3 thoughts on “Yes, Please [Audiobook Review]

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  2. Twitter: nomadreader
    I did read this in print, mainly because my library copy arrived so promptly, and I hate to use an Audible credit on a book this short. And I loved it so much more than I expected to. But I am now on my library’s waiting list for the audiobook, so I will listen to it too.

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