I should start by saying I can count the number of episodes of "The Office" I've seen on one hand and not use all the fingers. So I didn't really have an expectations going on. I just thought the title and interior book flap sounded mildly amusing so I picked it up.
Mild amusement remained my dominant feeling while reading the book. That's not a slam against it, I don't think every book by a comedienne has to be laugh out loud funny all the time.
One of the reasons I liked this book was because unlike other autobiographies of comediennes this one wasn't dark and full of tragedy. Our childhoods were pretty similar, a close group of friends, and a good and close relationship with our parents.
I would, however like to point out that as far as I can tell she's a healthy weight and not fat so I could have done without those sections.
It's an entertaining and quick read.