Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea

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In My Horizontal Life, actress and stand-up comedian Chelsea Handler boldly recounted her one-night stands-the good, the bad, and the disastrous. In this wickedly honest new work, she casts the net wider with even funnier results, recalling the most noteworthy highs and lows of her life to date--including her efforts to diversify by dating red-haired men, her obsession with midgets, and the dog-sitting interlude in which her boyfriend became overly familiar with a Peekapoo.



  • I'm a big fan of her unapologetically crude sense of humor. She had me in stitches. I managed to get my entire house spick and span while I had her book playing in the background. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.
  • The book started off really funny, but things took a turn halfway through when the author started making offensive remarks about various ethnic groups and even made derogatory comments about dwarfs. It was quite disappointing to read. Additionally, there was an entire chapter or more dedicated to discussing bestiality, which was absolutely revolting. I would recommend stopping at around chapter 3 or 4 if you decide to give this book a try.
  • If you're a fan of Chelsea from TV, then you're bound to enjoy this book. It had me cracking up multiple times and at other moments I was genuinely shocked by what she said (even though she actually said it). It's a great listen if you're in the mood for some refreshing humor.
  • At first, I was skeptical in picking this book because I didn't think I really cared too much for Chelsea Handler's comedy. But, this book mad me laugh so hard, it mad my cheeks and stomach hurt. I thought I was literally going to burst from laughter. I think it's even better as an audio book too because the author reads it as it's meant to be read which makes it even funnier.
  • Not a fan of this book. I was, however, a fan of hers and was anxious to learn about her. I was not sure if the book manuscript was part of the act, but she came across as a pretty rotten person in the book. It might not be logical, but I try to only like celebs who I feel are decent people as well. If the book was an act, it was not funny, and if it was truthful, there was no real substance to this book.
  • I had always found Chelsea Handler somewhat amusing and thought this book would be entertaining. I was wrong. I couldn't even finish it - 2 discs were all I could stomach. And I "get" Chelsea as another reviewer said, but this entire book is just too mean and vulgar (and I'm not referring to the language, I'm referring to the baseness of the character revealed). Just don't bother - you'll be happier for having missed this one.