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I Am the New Black by Tracy Morgan

I Am the New Black

by Tracy Morgan

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Oh Tracy Morgan! So loud! So funny!

I enjoyed this story of his life and his career. A bit repetitive, but he's not Hemingway, so that is forgivable.

He really seems to love Tina Fey and Lorne Michaels, which was sweet.

An entertaining, breezy read. ( )
  jthomasward | Apr 8, 2010 |
This book was fairly informative about the entertainment and black comedy industries although I felt like a lot of information was missing about Tracy Morgan's personal experiences. A lot of these experiences seemed to be loaded with filler words and redundant details just to take up space in his memoir.
Overall, it was entertaining and, as expected, really funny. ( )
  Schmoopy | Dec 14, 2009 |
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[Morgan's] extremely proud and mostly candid, but the story of his first 40 years is short on details and long on clichéd advice, which can make for a frustrating read.
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The outrageously funny, heartbreaking, and surprising story of Tracy Morgan's rise from ghetto wiseass to superstar comedian.

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