Bossypants, by Tina Fey

Seriously, how much of a review do I need to give this book? It’s Tina Fey, writing about her life and her experiences as a comedian. If you like Tina Fey’s work, you know this is going to be hilarious, honest and occasionally a bit thought-provoking, and it does not disappoint. You might enjoy it even if you’d never watched Tina on Saturday Night Live or 30 Rock, but if you have, then you’ll definitely love this behind-the-scenes glimpse into her life and work. I love her sense of humour and her insight into being a woman in the entertainment business — especially on the ridiculous patronizing questions she always gets about being a woman in the entertainment business. Bossypants is a very short book, but I found every page enjoyable. My only complaint is that there weren’t enough pages and they turned too fast!

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