From Library Journal
Completed before Radner's death last month, this is her personal account of her struggle with ovarian cancer and her inspiring attempt to keep an upbeat attitude during her illnes. Her discussion of a Santa Monica patient support group called the Wellness Community is the best part of the book and may be of interest to cancer patients and their families. However, readers expecting the show business history that the promotional material to this book promises will be disappointed; Radner's work with Saturday Night Live, her creation of such memorable characters like Emily Litella and Roseanne Roseannadanna, and her film work with husband Gene Wilder get scant attention here. Radner certainly deserves a biography that would record those achievements. Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club alternates.- Judy Quinn, "Library Journal"
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"Extraordinarily candid...A testament to her courage and comedic spirit." -- Chicago Tribune
"Death be not proud: the book remains a victorious volume." -- Detroit Free Press
"Touching and witty." -- USA Today
"Gilda mined her humor from everyday life, and what resulted really was something." -- The San Diego Union-Tribune
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