This book was on my summer reading list a few years ago and I
put it off til just recently . . .
Thank goodness, because it wasn’t worth hurrying. It’s touted as a New York
Times Bestseller, published in 2008, and compared to the wit of David Sedaris.
One point struck home when she said that there are two kinds of people: the ones
who know where their high school yearbook is, and those who don’t.
But for me, not much else was good, or funny. Could it be that I’m past the age
of hilarious essays about bridesmaid woes? If so, so be it.
Skip this one. One button review.