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"Writing this funny requires immense talent." --AV Club H. Jon Benjamin--the lead voice behind Archer and Bob's Burgers--helps us all feel a little better about our own failures by sharing his own in a hilarious memoir-ish chronicle of failure. Most people would consider H. Jon Benjamin a comedy show business success. But he'd like to remind everyone that as great as "Writing this funny requires immense talent." --AV Club H. Jon Benjamin--the lead voice behind Archer and Bob's Burgers--helps us all feel a little better about our own failures by sharing his own in a hilarious memoir-ish chronicle of failure. Most people would consider H. Jon Benjamin a comedy show business success. But he'd like to remind everyone that as great as success can be, failure is also an option. And maybe the best option. In this book, he tells stories from his own life, from his early days ("wherein I'm unable to deliver a sizzling fajita") to his romantic life ("how I failed to quantify a threesome") to family ("wherein a trip to P.F. Chang's fractures a family") to career ("how I failed at launching a kid's show"). As Jon himself says, breaking down one's natural ability to succeed is not an easy task, but also not an insurmountable one. Society as we know it is, sadly, failure averse. But more acceptance of failure, as Jon sees it, will go a long way to making this world a different place . . . a kinder, gentler place, where gardens are overgrown and most people stay home with their pets. A vision of failure, but also a vision of freedom. With stories, examples of artistic and literary failure, and a powerful can't-do attitude, Failure Is an Option is the book the world doesn't need right now but will get regardless.


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"Writing this funny requires immense talent." --AV Club H. Jon Benjamin--the lead voice behind Archer and Bob's Burgers--helps us all feel a little better about our own failures by sharing his own in a hilarious memoir-ish chronicle of failure. Most people would consider H. Jon Benjamin a comedy show business success. But he'd like to remind everyone that as great as "Writing this funny requires immense talent." --AV Club H. Jon Benjamin--the lead voice behind Archer and Bob's Burgers--helps us all feel a little better about our own failures by sharing his own in a hilarious memoir-ish chronicle of failure. Most people would consider H. Jon Benjamin a comedy show business success. But he'd like to remind everyone that as great as success can be, failure is also an option. And maybe the best option. In this book, he tells stories from his own life, from his early days ("wherein I'm unable to deliver a sizzling fajita") to his romantic life ("how I failed to quantify a threesome") to family ("wherein a trip to P.F. Chang's fractures a family") to career ("how I failed at launching a kid's show"). As Jon himself says, breaking down one's natural ability to succeed is not an easy task, but also not an insurmountable one. Society as we know it is, sadly, failure averse. But more acceptance of failure, as Jon sees it, will go a long way to making this world a different place . . . a kinder, gentler place, where gardens are overgrown and most people stay home with their pets. A vision of failure, but also a vision of freedom. With stories, examples of artistic and literary failure, and a powerful can't-do attitude, Failure Is an Option is the book the world doesn't need right now but will get regardless.

30 review for Failure Is an Option: An Attempted Memoir

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ Have you been looking for a book that will leave you asking . . . . One that will have you saying . . . . And potentially cringey-cry-laughing while driving . . . . Have you been missing a memoir that teaches valuable things like . . . . Or just generally makes you feel . . . . If so, look no further because Coach McGuirk I mean Archer I mean Bob DAMMIT! I mean H. Jon Benjamin has written just the thing for you. Go read Jason Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ Have you been looking for a book that will leave you asking . . . . One that will have you saying . . . . And potentially cringey-cry-laughing while driving . . . . Have you been missing a memoir that teaches valuable things like . . . . Or just generally makes you feel . . . . If so, look no further because Coach McGuirk I mean Archer I mean Bob DAMMIT! I mean H. Jon Benjamin has written just the thing for you. Go read Jason’s review because that’s how I even heard of this in the first place, take both of our advice and seek it out on audio – after all, dude does make his dollars for his silky smooth vocal stylings, and save Chapter 21 for when you have either had the worst day ever or are anticipating the worst day ever because it is all about . . . . Shitting your pants stories. They never get old.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jason Koivu

    By no means perfect, but any book that can make me snort-laugh on multiple occasions will get a thumbs up from me! Most know him as the voice of Archer. I'm going to be pretentious and say that I read this because I've been a fan of his since he voiced "Ben" the lazy, good-for-nothing son of the main character from the tv show Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist. I loved that show and every time I've heard Benjamin's voice pop up in something new since then, I've been happy for his success. When I By no means perfect, but any book that can make me snort-laugh on multiple occasions will get a thumbs up from me! Most know him as the voice of Archer. I'm going to be pretentious and say that I read this because I've been a fan of his since he voiced "Ben" the lazy, good-for-nothing son of the main character from the tv show Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist. I loved that show and every time I've heard Benjamin's voice pop up in something new since then, I've been happy for his success. When I found out he'd written a book, I knew I'd be reading it. I've listed this as an autobiography, but it's really a memoir, as stated in the subtitle. Sure, it does take you through Benjamin's life from childhood to now, but he purposefully plucks moments from his life to further illustrate his failure at said life. There are some funny stories here that are told hilariously. As with almost all memoirs/bios by comedians, I suggest listening to them perform the audiobook version. Benjamin is a voice actor. This is what he does. There were scenes/scenarios within his stories that would have simply come off as heart-wrenching if you didn't have the benefit of his inflection. If you know who H. Jon Benjamin is, if you like Archer or Bob's Burger or Dr Katz or Coach McGuirk from Home Movies or...you get the picture...I have a hunch you're going to enjoy this.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Malum

    A pretty funny memoir that fans of H. Jon Benjamin (The voice of Archer and Bob from Bob's Burgers, among other things) will likely get the most out of. The basic idea behind the book is a bit flawed coming from Benjamin, however. The idea is that he failed his way into success, but "Luck is an Option" seems to be a better title for the book. How do you get into voice acting (the thing he is most known for)? According to Benjamin, "You do something else until someone holds auditions nearby and A pretty funny memoir that fans of H. Jon Benjamin (The voice of Archer and Bob from Bob's Burgers, among other things) will likely get the most out of. The basic idea behind the book is a bit flawed coming from Benjamin, however. The idea is that he failed his way into success, but "Luck is an Option" seems to be a better title for the book. How do you get into voice acting (the thing he is most known for)? According to Benjamin, "You do something else until someone holds auditions nearby and asks you to audition". Also, the little comedy bits in the middle of the memoir-like "failed presidential pets" and "failed business ideas"-got a little old and was largely unnecessary because his actual real-life stories were far more entertaining than his schtick. Still, if you like comedy memoirs and/or you like H. Jon Benjamin, you will probably get a kick out of this.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gina Boyd

    I cackled in public. Jon Benjamin is smart and funny and probably so hard to be friends with. But so smart. And so funny. I’ll probably read this again, for the solidarity of people with stomach problems and anxiety, if nothing else.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Trevor

    So admittedly I only opened this book because Coach McGuirk is my all-time favorite animated TV character & I honestly thought this would be interesting. (Another tale of curiosity killing the cat.) But this was just 200+ pages filled with trite, shallow ramblings, which made it even more frustrating because Benjamin is clearly more intelligent than he lets on. Highlights include: way too many shit jokes, being dickish to his partner & parents, the time he & David Cross got horrible So admittedly I only opened this book because Coach McGuirk is my all-time favorite animated TV character & I honestly thought this would be interesting. (Another tale of curiosity killing the cat.) But this was just 200+ pages filled with trite, shallow ramblings, which made it even more frustrating because Benjamin is clearly more intelligent than he lets on. Highlights include: way too many shit jokes, being dickish to his partner & parents, the time he & David Cross got horrible seats to a Red Sox game, an entire chapter on failed sexual positions (with drawings! 🤦‍♂️) & of course, plenty of reasons on why failing can be a good thing. Unfortunately, this falls in the pile with all the other celeb memoirs whom I feel only wrote something because they were getting too big for their britches & not actually because they had something substantial to offer. Maybe I went into this looking for the wrong thing, but if he actually focused more on what he failed at instead of letting his child eat (human? dog?) poop, it'd be a much better tale. It's possible to get a chuckle at this if you squint really hard & disregard the text. Next time, please just stick to your day job.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Miranda Reads

    More fun than I expected! Review to come...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Welp. H. Jon Benjamin's book was a little bit disappointing. I'd call it mildly amusing at best. There were some funny anecdotes, and he's certainly led an odd life, but it wasn't laugh-out-loud funny. I think my standards for celebrity memoirs are a bit too high after Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood and Yes Please. Nothing else really compares. HJB's book makes me glad I'm not his partner, given how much of a jackass he is to his longtime girlfriend, Amy. Also, there were a Welp. H. Jon Benjamin's book was a little bit disappointing. I'd call it mildly amusing at best. There were some funny anecdotes, and he's certainly led an odd life, but it wasn't laugh-out-loud funny. I think my standards for celebrity memoirs are a bit too high after Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood and Yes Please. Nothing else really compares. HJB's book makes me glad I'm not his partner, given how much of a jackass he is to his longtime girlfriend, Amy. Also, there were a lot of poop jokes. Too many poop jokes. The whole thing just felt like "oh. huh. I should write a book" with the theme of failure loosely mapped over a memoir. I don't think the book needed to be written. You might get a laugh or two out of it, but it won't be a revelation.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Harsha Yardi

    Excellent memoir with a completely innovative theme. The voice of the protagonist is so fitting. Very intelligently written. Laugh all the way.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ray

    I've been a fan of H. Jon Benjamin since his Home Movies days. His deadpan voice is hilarious, and he's since become a mainstay of adult humor animation all over. The guy is very funny. However, I can't say his memoir is among the best of those comedy books... It's certainly worth listening to the audiobook version, as any good comedian/performer's books should go. With his distinctive voice, it's a lot of fun hearing him tell the stories. But mostly the book isn't that outstanding. Which is, I I've been a fan of H. Jon Benjamin since his Home Movies days. His deadpan voice is hilarious, and he's since become a mainstay of adult humor animation all over. The guy is very funny. However, I can't say his memoir is among the best of those comedy books... It's certainly worth listening to the audiobook version, as any good comedian/performer's books should go. With his distinctive voice, it's a lot of fun hearing him tell the stories. But mostly the book isn't that outstanding. Which is, I admit, kind of the point. It's about lame stories of failure, and there's nothing that uplifting or heartfelt herein. It is also surprisingly hardcore. I didn't realize H. Jon could be at that level of X-rated. Betwixt the mundane childhood tales and improv backstories, there's public masturbation and a silly Holocaust report and a particularly gross analysis of how to hire gay prostitution for a show's prank involving live sex acts. This is of course some very enjoyable stuff. Fans will get it. Just can't say it's a top-tier book is all.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Liesl

    Pleasantly offbeat. I wish that I had waited to listen to this on audiobook, but I often had Benjamin's voice reading aloud in the back of my mind. For the most part, the bits between the personal experiences of each chapter aren't particularly funny and feel like filler, plus I would have preferred more content devoted to Benjamin's experiences in showbiz. However, I liked getting a glimpse into his childhood and personal life, and admired the overall book's theme that failure is an essential Pleasantly offbeat. I wish that I had waited to listen to this on audiobook, but I often had Benjamin's voice reading aloud in the back of my mind. For the most part, the bits between the personal experiences of each chapter aren't particularly funny and feel like filler, plus I would have preferred more content devoted to Benjamin's experiences in showbiz. However, I liked getting a glimpse into his childhood and personal life, and admired the overall book's theme that failure is an essential part of any successful life. Benjamin's horrific and incredibly detailed experience with his rental car on the way to Pasadena had me simultaneously cringing in secondhand embarrassment and laughing out loud, and I love his bald acknowledgment that the voices that he does for Bob Belcher and Sterling Archer are exactly the same. Not the best celebrity memoir that I've ever read, yet it has its moments. Thanks to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this title.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This is my kind of humor. I just really like being able to laugh at the terrible parts of life and this is an entire collection of everything that went wrong for H. Jon Benjamin. No doubt, he has had a good life - success in the entertainment business, a family, whatnot - but every person has had failure and misfortune and he celebrates his. At the same time, I read the Last Lecture by Randy Pausch, a man on his deathbed that was using his own tales of success to encourage others to push hard This is my kind of humor. I just really like being able to laugh at the terrible parts of life and this is an entire collection of everything that went wrong for H. Jon Benjamin. No doubt, he has had a good life - success in the entertainment business, a family, whatnot - but every person has had failure and misfortune and he celebrates his. At the same time, I read the Last Lecture by Randy Pausch, a man on his deathbed that was using his own tales of success to encourage others to push hard towards their dreams. I'll take H. Jon Benjamin's invitation to fail instead, please.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Niki

    Quirky, sometimes in a bad way. As a huge Bob's Burgers fan, I was eagerly anticipating H. Jon Benjamin's memoir. I listened to the audiobook, which was the saving grace, really. Turns out I really like Bob, not necessarily H. Jon Benjamin. (An important distinction.) He had a couple of fun stories to tell, but the material was a little lackluster coming from an actual comedian. There is the obligatory diarrhea disaster, inopportune boners, weed stuff... this could be the memoir of any Quirky, sometimes in a bad way. As a huge Bob's Burgers fan, I was eagerly anticipating H. Jon Benjamin's memoir. I listened to the audiobook, which was the saving grace, really. Turns out I really like Bob, not necessarily H. Jon Benjamin. (An important distinction.) He had a couple of fun stories to tell, but the material was a little lackluster coming from an actual comedian. There is the obligatory diarrhea disaster, inopportune boners, weed stuff... this could be the memoir of any middle-aged man, really. I did enjoy the bits about his voice-acting career, but the rest was merely mediocre. A few of the stories - like tricking comedy show attendants into watching a gay sex show - fell flat for me. Luckily he has a great voice and the audiobook was short.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Char

    If you enjoy Bob's Burgers or Archer, or if you enjoyed the poorly animated Dr. Katz back in the day, you should like this audio memoir. There were a few points in this book where I just laughed my ass off. Most especially the scenes where Jon was trying to build a bookshelf with a prison inmate, Jon's threesome encounter, and the pinnacle of humor: diarrhea from first class airline food. This audio was hilarious, entertaining, and I learned a little about the voice behind some of my favorite If you enjoy Bob's Burgers or Archer, or if you enjoyed the poorly animated Dr. Katz back in the day, you should like this audio memoir. There were a few points in this book where I just laughed my ass off. Most especially the scenes where Jon was trying to build a bookshelf with a prison inmate, Jon's threesome encounter, and the pinnacle of humor: diarrhea from first class airline food. This audio was hilarious, entertaining, and I learned a little about the voice behind some of my favorite shows. I recommend it! *I downloaded this audio from my local library. Libraries RULE!*

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Adams

    I actually laughed until I cried. H. Jon Benjamin, much beloved voice actor, has carefully chosen episodes of his life's formative failures. The result is a lot of fun. Frankly, though, the book is a bit of a mess. Intermittent joke chapters miss the mark a little bit, and the introduction is a worthless ramble. (Seriously, skip the introduction.) Still, the autobiographical vignettes are masterful.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Adam Sockel

    The memoir from everyone's favorite voice actor who openly talks about how being lazy has prevented him from having even more roles than he does is appropriately hilarious and absurd. Do yourself a favor and listen to the audiobook.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laura Noggle

    Total audio chocolate alert! Are you a fan of Archer and/or Bob's Burgers? Then you will love this book—if you listen to it! Chapter 21: How I Failed At Differentiating My Two Characters Of Bob And Archer "I did the same voice. The end." I can't really imagine reading this book, as one of my favorite things about Archer is his amazing voice (i.e., H. Jon Benjamin). Although it is an entertaining book, it's probably more of a 3 star read bumped up because of the soothing, scintillating, and often 🚨Total audio chocolate alert!🚨 Are you a fan of Archer and/or Bob's Burgers? Then you will love this book—if you listen to it! Chapter 21: How I Failed At Differentiating My Two Characters Of Bob And Archer "I did the same voice. The end." I can't really imagine reading this book, as one of my favorite things about Archer is his amazing voice (i.e., H. Jon Benjamin). Although it is an entertaining book, it's probably more of a 3 star read bumped up because of the soothing, scintillating, and often hilarious vocal range of Benjamin. There are some insightful nuggets here among funny anecdotes and the wild experiences of H. Jon. Quick, fun, and very easy on the ears. Two thumbs up! “To be clear, this is a polemic in favor of failure. It’s an assertion that failure is an option and even, at times, a viable prescription for a better life, despite its long-standing stigmatization. Failure can be incredibly freeing and an end in itself, not just that tired platitude that it is a necessary step on the road to success. Despite my own success, I maintain that failure is my prevailing life force and my success has been a parallel and unrelated condition, not a consequence of my failure(s).”

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Berg

    Went with the audiobook version of this one, of course.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Mcmillan

    Not life changing but pretty hilarious. I laughed out loud and snorted several times. It's a good pallat cleanser for in between heavier reads. It's nice to read a "celebrity memoir" by someone who doesn't take himself too seriously.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Provan

    I absolutely love, love, LOVE, H. John Benjamin. He is the voice of Bob Belcher from my all-time favourite TV show, Bob's Burgers and also the voice of Sterling Archer in the TV show, Archer, which I also love. So when I found out he had written and released a book, I was SO excited! However, I was a little bit disappointed which sucks because I think he's great. The book was a collection of stories about his failures in life and some of the stories were very funny. Like when he told the story I absolutely love, love, LOVE, H. John Benjamin. He is the voice of Bob Belcher from my all-time favourite TV show, Bob's Burgers and also the voice of Sterling Archer in the TV show, Archer, which I also love. So when I found out he had written and released a book, I was SO excited! However, I was a little bit disappointed which sucks because I think he's great. The book was a collection of stories about his failures in life and some of the stories were very funny. Like when he told the story of how he literally had diarrhea all over himself right before meeting the cast of Archer for the first time! However, the overall structure of the book was very 'start and stop'. The chapters didn't really flow very well. The book didn't captivate me. The thing I love most about reading is when you're reading a really good story and you're so captivated that you can't put it down. I didn't get that with this one unfortunately. I would have enjoyed it more if he spoke about Bob's Burgers and Archer more. I think the overall concept of the book was good. You can't have success without failure. Don't beat yourself up when you do fail because it usually leads to bigger and better things. That's something I truly believe in.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Hurley

    I got the opportunity earlier this month to attend a “talk” w/ H. Jon Benjamin at Bard College feat. Eugene Mirman, followed by a book signing of this book which was pretty awesome. I cried laughing at many of these stories in here, and that rarely happens for me while reading. So so good. I will also add that anyone going into this book thinking it’s going to be a deep, profound, groundbreaking memoir of his life are clearly not familiar enough with H. Jon Benjamin, and I’ll let you know I got the opportunity earlier this month to attend a “talk” w/ H. Jon Benjamin at Bard College feat. Eugene Mirman, followed by a book signing of this book which was pretty awesome. I cried laughing at many of these stories in here, and that rarely happens for me while reading. So so good. I will also add that anyone going into this book thinking it’s going to be a deep, profound, groundbreaking memoir of his life are clearly not familiar enough with H. Jon Benjamin, and I’ll let you know beforehand that’s not really what he was aiming for. (Keep in mind, this is the guy who recorded his own jazz album without ever having experience playing an instrument... he doesn’t give a shit about writing a “serious” memoir)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jenna Iden

    H. Jon Benjamin has the type of voice (literal and metaphorical) that somehow always makes me giggle. Yet this book was a self-declared mish-mash, and I often found myself losing the thread of the stories. It’s a pity since, again, he’s so darn funny. Yes, please narrate more audiobooks. No, maybe don’t write another book until you have a thorough plan for one.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Katy

    This was a joyful binge listen. I love H. Jon Benjamin so much. This is at times sweet, raunchy, disgusting and hilarious. If you’re a fan, the only way to read is on audio as he narrates it himself. So so good!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Farren

    Absolutely lived Failure is an Option. That's not a typo. I'm embarrassing the wonderful lessons within. ... Ok, that one was a typo. How embracing!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    Listen to the audiobook, if possible. It's the most fun I've had listening to a book all year. Sorry, Jon, for laughing at your expense... unless that's what you wanted me to do.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Isaac

    Pretty hilarious when you don’t take it seriously. Also I would definitely recommend the audio book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Hayley Robertson

    Laughed out loud many times Also he reads the audiobook so that’s reason enough to listen to it And it had a couple Boston-related stories which were fun little nuggets **listened to this book again in the same week with friends on a road trip. Highly recommend for a short read and a few belly laughs.**

  27. 4 out of 5

    Offbalance

    I'm genuinely of two minds when it comes to this book. On the one hand? Some of the essays were genuinely funny. The kind of funny where you're cackling loudly in a quiet room (like the one where you're waiting to see if you're called for jury duty or not) and people are staring at you, and possibly moving away from where you are sitting. Some, however, were deeply infuriating. When I was reading about Benjamin's childhood or teen/college years or any time a failure was simply a result of bad I'm genuinely of two minds when it comes to this book. On the one hand? Some of the essays were genuinely funny. The kind of funny where you're cackling loudly in a quiet room (like the one where you're waiting to see if you're called for jury duty or not) and people are staring at you, and possibly moving away from where you are sitting. Some, however, were deeply infuriating. When I was reading about Benjamin's childhood or teen/college years or any time a failure was simply a result of bad luck, Benjamin's writing style and dark humor made for an engaging read. However. I am not about to be charmed by essays in which an obviously privileged white man squandered and exploited his privilege and STILL managed to come out successful. There were a collection of essays in here where Benjamin had tons of opportunities performers I know would KILL for (chances to pitch pilots, host shows, perform) but squandered them out of laziness or because he thought that such bratty behavior was "funny" somehow. Those were the moments where I wanted to reach into the book and deliver some deep, hard slaps. Because fuck you, dude. If there was a point to be made that you really should have tried to achieve something instead of fucking around, make it. Don't just sit back and assume you deserved both the chances to squander and the next chance that came! There could have been some more contrition on his part for this behavior, which would have helped to save this, making it a five star rave instead of a three-star meh. I did appreciate his epilogue in which he encourages others to view failure as an opportunity to try and try again, but the sheer myopia he has that everyone has the same opportunities to try and to fail left a little bit of a sour taste in my mouth.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    I have been a fan of H. Jon Benjamin since he was Coach McGuirk on Home Movies - hell, even before that, when he was voicing the son of Dr. Katz. What I discovered in reading this book is that my fandom has definitely not been misplaced. In a series of short essays, Benjamin recounts all the ways in which he has failed: at having a threesome, at getting academics to write chapters for him, at throwing a super-cool disco bar mitzvah, at building shelves, and more. The final essay, on failing to I have been a fan of H. Jon Benjamin since he was Coach McGuirk on Home Movies - hell, even before that, when he was voicing the son of Dr. Katz. What I discovered in reading this book is that my fandom has definitely not been misplaced. In a series of short essays, Benjamin recounts all the ways in which he has failed: at having a threesome, at getting academics to write chapters for him, at throwing a super-cool disco bar mitzvah, at building shelves, and more. The final essay, on failing to make it to a restroom before succumbing to horrid diarrhea in his rental car, is one of the most disgusting and hilarious things I have read in years. Even if you don't know anything about Benjamin, this book is funny enough to stand on its own. I received access to this title via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Tennis

    If you like Archer / Bob's Burgers, this book is for you. H. Jon Benjamin is hilarious. His stories of failure are laugh out loud funny and I found myself chuckling so hard that people were looking at me funny. Loved this book. Read and listened to the audiobook which is narrated by the author. No wrong way to enjoy this book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jo

    If you are a celebrity and you decide to write a memoir I really feel like you better have something to say. This did not. It also really seemed like it was trying too hard. A lot of shitting.

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