I’m sure most people know Tina Fey from Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, or one of her movies. If you’re a fan of her humor, like I am, you’ll love her book, Bossypants. Written as a series of autobiographical essays, Bossypants shows off Fey’s trademark humor and I found it to be laugh out loud funny.
While telling her story, Fey’s not afraid to voice her opinions on a few issues and even give a little advice. What I loved about the book was that I laughed my way through it, but found myself thinking about it days later. That’s not to say Fey takes herself too seriously – the book is written in a breezy, self-deprecating tone that made me feel like I know Fey and could actually picture myself sitting and chatting with her.
Fey’s experience as a writer shines through in this book. I found the writing to be solid and the essays to be well constructed. The book is a quick read if you can stop laughing long enough to concentrate on it. Bossypants is a must read for Tina Fey fans!
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