I Know I Am, But What Are You?
Publish date: June 1st 2010
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Biography Memoir
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Samatha Bee grew up in a dysfunctional family in the free-wheeling days of the 1970s and early 1980s. While I liked her style in re-telling some stories from her childhood, her family was just too weird/disturbed to really like any of the stories she told. The humor I expected from Bee came from the...
I listened to this book in my car, and laughed out loud. I will add that the first chapter or so of this book did not lead me to believe I would be laughing anytime soon. I was wrong. It was funny, and I suspect Samantha Bee's narration probably made it even funnier than it would have been in pri...
I did not find Bee's memoir especially memorable or entertaining. I enjoy her work on The Daily Show but I think she is most effective in front of a camera (or simply not in print form). Each story is too long winded and needed to be more concise in order to be more funny. The majority of the storie...
I liked Samantha Bee's book. A lot. It was unexpectedly thoughtful and revealing. I did expect it to be funny and it did not disappoint. I laughed out loud in public.I couldn't help comparing it to Tina Fey's Bossipants. I REALLY expected and WANTED to like Bossipants but I was disappointed. Fey's b...
She had some things that I could totally relate to, like her reference to hiding her hands because she used to bite her nails and the her views on the world. Her writing on trying to find the perfect gift was really funny and how she got so uptight when the person she was giving it to did not "worsh...