Mini-Reviews: Felicia Day, Neil Patrick Harris

I usually don’t read nonfiction outside of necessity, but having access to a ton of audiobooks via my library is a blessing, and I’ve increased my nonfiction book count this way. Which is why, when I saw memoirs of Felicia Day and Neil Patrick Harris, I totally went for them. Now, these audiobooks aren’t my favorites in the world, but I did come to respect the celebrities who penned these down more than I did before.

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Have you read either of these? What did you think?

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8 thoughts on “Mini-Reviews: Felicia Day, Neil Patrick Harris

  1. I started reading NPH’s book, but stopped quarter of the way through (though I guess quarter here is subjective), because I wasn’t able to read it quickly and often kept getting lost due to the “Create your own adventure” nature of the book. I want to pick it up again when I have more time on my hands, but what I read was funny enough!

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  2. I tried to listen to Felicity Day’s book, and it started out pretty good. But like you I got kind of bored with some of her narration and found myself not wanting to listen to it. So I gave up. I have the NPH book to read. I need to get around to it soon. Have you listened to Mindy Kahling’s books? Or the guy who plays Raj on The Big Bang Theory? I really enjoyed both of their books! Great “mini-reviews”! Very short and sweet and perfectly to the point so that I knew what to expect!

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    • Ohhh I didn’t know Raj had a book he narrated! I will have to check it out, definitely. I’m actually not too big a fan of Mindy Kahling, though I have seen and enjoyed the first season of The Mindy Project. Thanks for stopping by!

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