I enjoyed reading this. I have always been a fan of George. I’m glad his brother read the book. Sounds just like him!
A very interesting book with insisted into the mind of a creative genius. Extremely well read by his brother.
It was a bit hard to understand his brother, his NY accent and smoker's voice was very difficult. Hearing some of the very long and drawn out stories of his drug and alcohol binges could have been whittled down also.
As a longtime fan of George Carlin, I definitely looked forward to the release of this book. As read by his brother Patrick Carlin, you sometimes forget who you're listening to. With typical Carlin insights, the book is an interesting romp through the life and times of a man who went from TV star to road comedian to gold albums to movies and HBO specials. Along the way we are introduced to his childhood, his mother, his father, his brother, his first wife and a crazy journey through drugs, wild success, regrets, and ultimate triumph as one of the greatest and most innovative comedians of our time. If you are a Carlin fan (especially of his later material), it is worth a listen.