Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick
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Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick is a memoir in the form of a collection of essays. Each chapter touches upon a different part of Anna Kendrick’s life. It provides the readers an insight into her life and how she got where she is today. The stories and anecdotes in the audiobook are not told in a chronological order. Much of the stories and events in the audiobook relates to not so distant childhood of the author. She had a fairly normal childhood: she went to school and was not a very popular child.
The audiobook highlights her various phases of life from her childhood school issues to her becoming a star filming her first movie. Kendrick provides a glimpse of her personal life to the readers and the emotions range from being funny to heartwrenching. The author provides an insight into her road to success and the anxieties that come in her profession. She was worried due to her short stature but she offset that shortcoming by playing a wide array of characters. Later on, she accepted her as she was and excelled in her profession. The book is sprinkled with humor and wit which keeps the user interested.
Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick is written in a simple language and feels real. It portrays Anna Kendrick as a common person with whom the reader is able to connect. The author infuses humor and wittiness in her wiring which keeps the readers engaged. The author does not intend to inspire the readers through her life journey and success. She does not project herself as a role model for others also. The audiobook only tells the story of different facets of the author’s life in a casual and witty manner. The contents of the audiobook are not in a neat order and may appear as jumbled up sometimes. The order becomes random as the author jumps from one topic to another.
Overall, the audiobook is an easy and breezy read. The author comes across as honest. The contents are very relatable to common people and one feels like listening to an old friend going through it.