Still Foolin’ ‘Em: Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Still Foolin' 'Em: Where I've Been, Where I'm Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys by Billy Crystal

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Nominated for a 2014 Grammy in the Spoken Word category!



  • Wow, this one was a challenge. After browsing through a couple of the reviews and recalling Crystal's performances on screen, I was genuinely looking forward to some enjoyable moments. Unfortunately, this book fell short of my expectations. To be frank, the book as a whole was a bit hard to digest. I was captivated by the discussions about Crystal's achievements and the journey he took to reach where he is today. I find that kind of thing fascinating! The way he transitioned from a struggling stand-up comedian to hosting the Oscars had me hooked. Each step of his journey was truly brilliant. His anecdotes about his love for his parents and his own family were excellent, and his connection with the New York Yankees and the game of baseball was truly priceless. However, I didn't find the quips and jokes to be enjoyable. They felt stale and, in my opinion, detracted from an otherwise outstanding autobiography. Maybe it's just me. I've always been a fan of Billy Crystal, and his career has been nothing short of amazing. I could have done without the attempts at humor and the on-location stand-up that were used to enhance an otherwise excellent story about his success. Overall, it's a great autobiography...just not very funny.
  • As a fan of Billy Crystal, I must admit that this audiobook, "Still Foolin' 'Em: Where I've Been, Where I'm Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys," didn't quite live up to my expectations. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed hearing about his relationships with famous figures like Muhammed Ali and Mickey Mantle, as well as the fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpses into his professional and creative journey. However, I found the parts about his family to be a bit lackluster. It seemed like his recollection portrayed a normal and loving life, which didn't really stand out from anyone else's experiences. While I appreciated the energy and liveliness of the sections with a live audience, the rest of the narration felt more like Billy reading from a script rather than engagingly sharing anecdotes about his life. It's surprising because he's such a skilled conversationalist in his performances, but his reading felt somewhat rigid and apprehensive.
  • I was really looking forward to some laughs from Billy Crystal, but it seems like the combination of "funny" and "Billy Crystal" might just be a marketing ploy. Surprisingly, it turns out that Billy Crystal isn't the best at writing funny material, as evidenced by this book. It's definitely not what I expected.
  • This book is awesome! It's hilarious, genuine, and a lot of it makes you feel like you're right there in the crowd, listening to the author himself. The stories about Billy Crystal, his children, family, Muhammad Ali, and the Yankees are fantastic. I really hope he sticks around for another 50 years, so I can hear him narrate the next installment.