Publish date: November 10th 2009
Publisher: Free Press
Pages no: 297
Edition language: English
This is Carlin at his most familiar. I would definitely call this one of the best “sortabiographies” I've had the pleasure to read. While I didn't always agree with Carlin he could make me laugh at the ludicrous as well as at myself and he managed to convey all of that in his story. Unlike Sullivan...
I mostly dropped it because it did not hold my interest. I probably was not in the mood to be reading an autobiography at this time. It has interesting moments, and he did feature some of his humor, but the book just did not catch my attention. I kept putting it off, so it was time to let go. Howeve...
Nothing spectacular, but well edited and thus not overlong like some bios. It was interesting to learn the personal history behind the public image. I always enjoyed Carlin's unique perspectives, although some of his humor was admittedly a little raw and crass. I liked the way he refused to conform ...
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