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    Hilarious and relatable

    Loved it! It's awesome to hear from someone else who doesn't care so much about "acceptable social behavior".
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    Hilarious to read

    I loved Anna Kendrick in Pitch Perfect and find her Twitter quite amusing, so I was excited to start her memoir Scrappy Little Nobody. The book goes into her life as a child actor, the way theatre and Hollywood shaped her experiences as a child, as a teen, as an adult, and how being an outsider to the process, she was constantly surprised by the things she kept on figuring out. Her tone is a little self-deprecating, a little what-is-going-on-here, and a little this-is-crazy-but-I-love-it. If you like her humor, you will definitely like reading the book. However, I’m not really a reader of non-fiction, and I like to have a good narrative thread to what I read. While her anecdotes and stories are hilarious on their own, when strung together, they feel very disjointed and abrupt. I would have probably been better off reading this slowly, part by part over a long period of time but that’s not how I read, soooo *shrugs* Overall, all I can say that is that it is entertaining and humorous to be sure, but still not a book I thoroughly enjoyed reading. She is awesome at making any story sound intriguing but this could have been edited better to flow well.
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    Carmen on November 20, 2016

    Hilarious and relatable Loved it! It's awesome to hear from someone else who doesn't care so much about "acceptable social behavior".
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    Worth The Read

    I am absolutely in love with this book! My sister recommended it for me and I would 100% recommend it to others!
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    scrappy little goddess

    scrappy little goddess (And yes, it would be so cool if that was name of her next book !)
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