I had downloaded this e-book in a flurry of looking for books for a long plane flight taken in September. I’m not a fan of flying. Not because I’m afraid or get sick, but rather I find it extremely boring and difficult to sit for nine or ten hours in a suffocating chair. My legs get antsy and begin to twitch along with rolling my head (not eyes) around in order to create the illusion of, maybe, walking or moving.
Regardless, I picked Amy Schumer’s bestselling tell-it-all, hilarious account of life adventures. I didn’t know who she was (really, I don’t get out much and forget to watch all the TV I plan to see) and was surprised to see her book plastered in the airport bookstores.
I thought, “Shoot (shit!), I wanted to pick a book not everyone had heard of and be able to write a review to inform the unknown.”
Once in a while I have to join the masses and read the same thing everyone else is reading.
The novel is filled with funny, lude, and say-it-like-it-is stories. It will cure depression (I don’t have that, but I’m sure it can help), it can be read in pieces when you need a laugh. Each chapter is a story.
I don’t recommend it for the bring-to-bed book simply because you’ll laugh and want to keep reading instead of being put to sleep!
And yes, there are some sexy encounters, so I dare to call it a romance of life, fun, and people!
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