Since starting my paternity leave, I have gotten a lot of audio-book and this was my first book of the year. It's been hovering on my "to read" list for a few months and since I enjoy Amy Schumer as a comedian I thought that it might be an excellent choice as a audio-book.
The author reads the book herself which in this case saves the book, the reading is funny, personal and clear lifting the content and adding a personal touch.
The book itself is mostly interesting and well written, however I don't believe that you get the best of it in paper form. To be honest I don't think I would have made it through the book if id read it myself. The audio adds a lot of character and feeling to stories that otherwise might have been a bit to clinical.
The fact that I can't recommend the book in "book" form might be a bit odd since I believe it to be a perfect audio-book and if you have a long trip ahead this would I believe this would be a perfect choice.