Released in 2015, A Carlin Home Companion is Kelly Carlin’s account of what it was like growing up the daughter of the comedic icon, George Carlin. The audiobook version, available on Downpour, is narrated by the author. Read on for my thoughts on this audiobook.
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Leading up to his death, George Carlin was working on an autobiography. Thankfully, that book was completed and saw the light of day. It’s appropriately named Last Words. Read on for my review of George’s last book.
Love George Carlin and audiobooks and looking to get the most bang for your buck? Then check out George Carlin Reads to You on Downpour. It includes three of his books: Brain Droppings, Napalm & Silly Putty, and More Napalm & Silly Putty. Read on for more information, including my thoughts.
If listening to Napalm & Silly Putty by George Carlin didn’t completely scratch your itch for George, I’ve got good news: there’s an audiobook called More Napalm & Silly Putty. Read on for my thoughts.
Released in April 2001, Napalm & Silly Putty by George Carlin was the comedian’s follow-up to Brain Droppings. I decided to revisit the audiobook by listening to it on Downpour. How does it hold up? Read on for my review.
Released in 1997, Brain Droppings was the second book authored by iconic comedian George Carlin. Luckily for fans, not only was it released in print form but it also got the audiobook treatment, featuring narration by George himself. Below is my review of this audiobook.
When Will Jesus Bring The Pork Chops by George Carlin is the iconic comedian’s last book of original humorous material. I recently listened to the audiobook version, narrated by George himself. How does it hold up nearly 20 years later? Read on for my review.
My fifth and final Atkins audiobook review is of Atkins For Life by Dr. Robert C. Atkins. Released in 2003, the book’s subject matter is crystal clear: it’s about doing Atkins for life. Should you listen to it? Read on for my thoughts.