What'd you expect from Ms. Fey, a funny, intelligent, and self-deprecating woman who has written a funny, intelligent, and self-deprecating memoir of sorts. Part autobiography and part anecdotal essays following such topics as beauty, motherhood, and SNL. Fey holds her cards pretty close -- not too much is revealed that we don't already know -- but some opinions and viewpoints sneak in, especially her stance on gender politics. I love this woman and really liked this book. Do you really need a review? Chances are you've already made up your mind as to whether you'll read it or not -- that is, if you haven't already finished it by now.