Thursday, October 27, 2011


Tina Fey
275 pages
Publisher: Little, Brown
Source: library

You can read the Goodreads summary here.

Sarcastic and awesome.  Those are the words I would use to describe my husband, but also the memoir Bossypants.  Written by Tina Fey, Bossypants takes a look at her life from awkward child years, all the way through her portrayal of Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live.

This book had a great balance - the reader gets some insights into Tina Fey's work as a comedienne, but also insights into her personal life; what shaped her as a child that helped her become the adults she is today, and also her thoughts on parenting and her daughter.

Bossypants definitely had me laughing out loud on several occasions, which makes it a good book for me.  If you know of Tina Fey or if you enjoyed her work on SNL in particular, I would definitely recommend this book.  Very funny and worth a read, though I have heard it's extra funny to hear the audio book version, which Fey narrates herself.

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