The Bro Code
- Simon & Schuster Ltd
- Publication Date:
- 01 October 2009
- TV Tie-in Humour
Showing 1-3 out of 3 reviews.
Tony and I listened to this yesterday since we are such huge fans of the show. It was entertaining enough, though it got a little old in some places and some "articles" were far less amusing than others. Overall, though, I found it funny. Neil Patrick Harris reading was key. It was amusing to see how many articles Tony had broken.
The Bro Code is a funny book. A quick read and especially fun while reading it aloud to a group of friends. I prefer it over Barney Stinson oher book; The Playbook. I actually gave it to a friend of mine as a birthday present and he got a kick out of it!
I was disappointed with this book. A lot of what was here was rehashed from "How I Met Your Mother." What little else there was did not come close to the level of humor I had come to expect from the show. It was also surprisingly short. There are 195 pages but the font is so big it only takes about (conservatively) an hour to read. Also, the paper was of very low pulp quality. Like a coloring book. I see the previous reviews were for the audio book. NPH reading it would probably make it much more enjoyable. Reading it yourself is a drag.
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