I Can’t Make This Up Audiobook
by Kevin Hart
(4.7 / 5)
Comedian superstar and box office star from Hollywood, Kevin Hart transforms his enormous skill to the printed language by composing a few phrases. Some of the phrases are: the, a, for, above, and even. Put them together and you’ve got the most funny, heartfelt, and inspiring story about life, achievement, and the significance of trusting in yourself since Old Yeller.
It starts in Philadelphia North. He was raised an incident that his relatives did not want. His dad was a drug addict in and out of prison. His son was a small thief and a crack dealer. And his mom was overwhelmingly rigorous, hitting him with girdles, frying pans, and objects of his own.
In short, the odds have been stacked against our young hero, just like the odds stacked against the release of a new book in this age of social media (where Hart has more than 100 million followers, by the way).
But Kevin Hart was willing to defy the conditions and transform it around like Ernest Hemingway, J.K. Rowling, and Chocolate Droppa before him. He brings the reader on a trip through what his childhood was, what it is today, in his literary venture, and how he overcomes every difficulty of becoming the person he is today.
And that guy occurs to be the world’s largest comedian, with shows selling out football arenas and movies jointly grossing over $3.5 billion.
Not only through hard work, determination, and skill, he accomplished this: it was through his distinctive manner of staring at the globe. Because just as there are stories in a novel, Hart considers existence as a set of stories that each individual can compose for himself or herself.
“You can choose not only how you write each section, but the next section is written by your understanding,” he suggests. “Why don’t you choose the approach that will better serve your lives?”