MacDara Conroy's Reviews > Yes Please
MacDara Conroy's review
Nov 16, 2014
Amy Poehler makes it clear from the start of this book that it's not much of a memoir or autobiography, more a disjointed collection of essays, musings and reminiscences. And that's exactly how Yes Please should be judged, especially as its later pages see her try to draw a portrait of herself beyond the comedic image that's naturally earnest but, in my case, not much fun to read. It's still worth a go anyway, because Poehler is an awesome person. And she doesn't hold her cards as close to her chest as Tina Fey.
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