QBD Reviews: The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo

9781460752333Words do not sum up the anticipation I felt, waiting for this book to be released. I was NOT disapointed, I finished reading it in 4 hours!

Every now and then a book comes along that speaks to you, to who you are, this for me, was one of those. This book is not a biography although Amy did say she will write one when she is 90 and “Memoir-worthy”. This book is a collection of short stories from her adventures so far. The book opens up with a rather charming apology to one of her more private body parts, (in a way only Amy can be), then goes into tales about what it has been like so far being Amy Schumer- a chaotic, flawed, adorable, hilarious, introverted, powerful woman.

I have admired Amy and her “bare all” style of comedy for years, but this book let me see a side of her I didn’t know was there. A side that has made me relate to her as a 30 something woman rather than just the loveable stand up comedian. If you are 18-60, have a sense of humour and even just a streak of feminist in you, this book will be your new best friend.
– Chaille, QBD Highpoint

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