Interesting, sometimes amusing, finally toward the last third I just couldn't relat.
I love what Issa Rae does, but the audio book isn't very entertaining. The book leaves better images as you read, but the audio book is kinda monotone.
This fairly light-weight entry into diverse memoir has valuable things to say about race, but is somewhat undermined by the search for humor. I suspect that it speaks loudest to those who share Rae's slightly pre-millenial cultural context. That is, those who are roughly her age.
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