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    Wouldn't recommend

    In the author’s note at the beginning of the book, Ellie talks about how she was stressed because she didn’t know if she had enough interesting content to put into the book: “You see, Reader, I knew that I had some great wisdom to offer you, but I worried that I did not have enough great wisdom to give to you. And this worry very nearly destroyed me.” I’m thinking maybe she was right. Some of the chapters just seemed like filler and weren’t very interesting. There’s nothing all too interesting about her life story, to be honest. She had a good life and it’s different because she’s famous. But her path to fame was very smooth and it seemed as if she pretty much sailed through life. So it really isn’t all that interesting to read about. It’s not a motivational book and it really wasn’t very funny either, unfortunately. The tiny bits that were able to catch a bit of my interest were when she talked about her time on The Office and when she talked about being a mom. The parts involving The Office didn’t even capture too much of my interest, even though I really liked that show. And she barely talked about being a mom. I didn’t enjoy this book much at all. I ended up skimming through most of it. I, unfortunately, don’t think I would recommend this book.
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    Cute, Harmless, Mildly Amusing

    This book is a perfect match to my perception of Kemper's persona: cute, harmless, mildly amusing. I smiled at parts, but I never laughed out loud. And I certainly never chuckled or guffawed. More than that, though, I don't feel like I learned anything about Kemper. There were no surprises, no insight into the inner workings of a woman who is most certainly smarter and more interesting than the characters she has played.

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