Unlike many popular autobiographies Tina Fey doesn’t have any earth-shattering tragedies or powerful moments of ┬áresolution and character to discuss, but what she does have is a (unsurprisingly, for those that know her work) personable writing style that makes listening to her stories of SNL, marriage, kids, and more a pure joy to listen to. She has a great talent to be funny without making it seem forced, and her sometimes random tangents never seem to drag or bore.


Author: Tina Fey

Release Date: April 5th, 2011

GoodReads Score: 3.9/5


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