Sarah Millican is an English comedian who makes me smile everytime I see her on a show. I have only seen comedy specials and the her participation on the many variety/game shows that seem to fill the tele late hours. She is down to earth and funny, and reading her book felt very much like she was sitting next to me telling me her stories.
Her book is part autobiography and part self help in how to get on with your life, to ignore the bullies, how she was able to move on after her divorce, why she doesn't want children, how after a variety of mundane jobs she decided to try being a comedian. All of it was interesting and entertaining, and I felt at the end of the book I liked her even more. 4/5