Thursday, January 29, 2015

Yes Please - Amy Poehler

Amy Poehler has joined on the girl comedian bandwagon of popping out a little book, part memoir and part advice.  I get the feeling though, like a lot of these other girl books that they are about twenty years too early, that there is still a lot more living to be done and written about.  Much as I like Amy and enjoyed reading about her early years, I was a bit bored with the struggling improv chapters and the SNL details, only because I have never seen that show.

Her stories about being a wife and mother though were good,although you could feel that she was treading gently around these topics, and I would have loved a bit more.   3/5

No comments: