How appropriate that the girl often credited as the “voice of a generation,” shares her very own voice on NOT THAT KIND OF GIRL. This collection of autobiographical essays by Lena Dunham, already lauded as “always funny” (Judy Blume), and “as smart, honest, sophisticated, dangerous, and charming as her work on Girls” (George Saunders), is a refreshingly intimate listen on audio as read by Dunham herself.
As if anyone else could…
Now a New York Times bestseller!
Listen to the first clip of NOT THAT KIND OF GIRL:
Holds Alert! EarlyWord.com has already reported a rise in holds, so be sure to check your CD and download orders.
Audiobook Bonus Alert! Features an original song by Jack Antonoff
“smart and funny”—The New York Times
“Well worth hearing in her own voice in this excellent audio version.”—Library Journal
“charming, confessional reading…this book’s audience is an enthusiastic one”—Booklist, starred review
“dark, discomforting, and very funny…Dunham is expert at combining despair and humor…”—Publisher’s Weekly, starred review
Behind the recording:
Weird thing about recording an audiobook: part of the reason I wrote a book at all is because there were things I was afraid to say out loud
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) July 21, 2014
— CDM Sound Studios (@cdmstudios) September 30, 2014
From Lena’s Instagram: “lamby watching me record the audiobook”