Tina Fey’s memoir, “Bossypants,” gives you everything and more that you would expect from a book by the comedian. The autobiography—which reads less like an autobiography and more like a string of satirical sketches—is sharp, ironic, and quirky. Fey’s punchy humor, tongue-in-cheek advice, and hilarious short stories with titles such as “My Honeymoon, or A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again Either” will make you feel like you’re chatting one-on-one with the comedian herself.
The book is a brilliant and wryly constructed depiction of her life, from childhood to the early days of 30 Rock and SNL. In her one-of-a-kind voice, Fey covers everything from motherhood to the bizarre nature of celebrity photo shoots to the realities of being a woman in showbiz. Her candid confessions will have you laughing out loud throughout the entire book and will give you a newfound appreciation and respect for her comedic genius.