"Sein Language" mostly consists of monologues that you see in the opening sequence of the Seinfeld episodes. It's an easy read. I finished it in about 2 hours. It is a very enjoyable even knowing many of the punchlines. Seinfeld likes to focus on the ironic. He presents some small tidbits about growing up such as his father's sign business. It makes you want to read a full biography
A laugh, or at least, a smile, on every page, as you recognize the aptness of Jerry's quirky observations on life. Reading this, you feel as if you were watching him perform. Remember those little clips they showed at the end of episodes of Seinfeld?
Hilarious! After a member mailed this to me and I picked it up from the P.O., I drove to a store and opened it in the parking lot to just check it out and ended up reading several pages and laughing in my car - it's hard to put down it's so funny.
My daughter loved the Seinfeld show and during the year she lived at home and commuted to the University of South Florida, I got Seinfeld by osmoisis. After she left to live in the dorm on the campus of the University of Central Florida Seinfeld went out of my life.