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Summary

Anna Faris has advice for you.

Since October 2015, a whole lot of people have been getting relationship advice from a very well-intentioned but untrained source - actress Anna Faris - on her ridiculously popular podcast, Unqualified.

Anna's own personal life was messy, even while her career soared as the lead in the Scary Movie franchise, and as the star of the CBS comedy, Mom. She started Unqualified as something gone-a-goof, but the podcast is already getting 1.5 million downloads a month, and is consistently one of the most popular out there.

Now, working with collaborator Rachel Bertsche, she is telling all in her audiobook Unqualified. Unable to find an ex who would spill the beans, Chris has graciously agreed to write the introduction.

©2017 Random House Audio (P)2017 Unqualified Media, LLC

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Honest, relatable and thoroughly enjoyable

Anna is incredibly likeable and honest. I’m a big fan of her podcast already so I had high hopes for the book and it didn’t disappoint.

I really enjoyed getting an insight into her life and how she got to where she is. If you want a funny and heartwarming read then download this book!

PS, I don’t usually write reviews so that in itself shows how much I like the book and the author.

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Interesting Insight

I really like Anna Faris podcast so when I heard about the book it seemed like an obvious choice to give it a listen. I really like the fact that it is narrated by Faris herself and it offered a pretty good look into her life. It was as funny as I was expecting and I found it really moving that Chris Pratt gave the foreword. It's a bit of a different flavour to the podcast and at times the structure seemed a bit all over the place.

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Funny and pretty honest

I enjoyed it, a couple of bits dragged but Faris is a likable author with some interesting insights, particularly into when we are deluding ourselves. Definitely a great train listen.

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So interesting, just wanted more!

Love it! I adore Anna Faris in all of her ventures and this was so good to learn new things about her life in a down to earth and relatable way, it felt very personal. Fantastic!

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If you love Unqualified, you’ll love this!

Unqualified is a great listen if you are a fan of Anna and Sim’s podcast. It has all the humour and honesty Anna delivers in the weekly edition of her podcast but in a 6 plus hour format. It was funny and heartwarming, especially listening to stories about her family and the birth/first few months of her son Jack’s life. Enjoy!

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So Anna So Animated So Amazing

I really loved the theme of her book and I liked every way she described each moment and trials and achievements and excellent advice.

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What an amazing lady!

Where does Unqualified rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It ranks really high. I wasn't really sure what to expect because I have never listened to her podcasts. This book is much more than an autobiography, it's like a seen help book about relationships with funny examples of what to not do. The overwhelming theme is just how compassionate this young woman is.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I chuckled my way through this book. It's gently funny and really intestine to listen to. I would actually like a second book.

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This really is a worthy book to listen to. Anna, which I now have found she pronounces it is ahhýna, is lovely. She should be on our TV far more. Why hasn't she got her own show? There is so much more to her. Listen and judge for yourself!

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LOVED this book. LOVE Anna.

It just felt like an intimate conversation between friends. I enjoyed it very much! I already feel like I need a second book from Anna.