Attempting Normal Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Attempting Normal by Marc Maron

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  • When I initially started listening to this audiobook, I was a bit surprised by the narrator's distinct style. However, as I continued to listen and the style remained consistent, I came to appreciate it as the author's unique way of adding a sense of urgency and speed to the story. The author delves into a world filled with drugs, women, alcohol, frustration, and unhappiness, which struck a chord with me as I have found myself heading down a similar path at times. Nevertheless, I was pleased to discover that both the author and I have managed to overcome these challenges, and I found the resolution quite satisfying. Cheers to that!
  • Just like his show, Marc Maron delivers his own brand of comedy and his unapologetic self-preoccupation straight into the ears of his audience. If you're looking for a boost in morale and want to find solace in the ups and downs of life, then this book is definitely worth a listen.
  • If you're looking for a way to pass the time on a rainy day, 'Attempting Normal' is a solid choice. While it may not reach the same level of enjoyment as David Sedaris' works, it's still a pleasant listen.
  • Paul Sully If you're a fan of Marc Maron's podcast interviews on WTF, you'll enjoy his book "Attempting Normal." In this book, Maron shares his observations about both the world around him and his own internal thoughts. It's a collection of over 5 hours worth of entertaining stories about his relationships with girlfriends and wives, his adventures while traveling, and his experiences in life. As someone who appreciates Maron's style, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this audiobook.
  • I really regret buying this audiobook. The author's story didn't resonate with me at all, which made it feel quite forced. I wish the sample had given me a better idea of what to expect so I could have avoided it like the plague. The constant product placement for Apple devices was embarrassing and completely unnecessary. Only diehard Apple fans mention the specific model of their phone/tablet/laptop/desktop instead of just using the general name. These two aspects made listening to this audiobook a terrible experience for me, and it feels like a wasted credit. 😖