It also doesn't hurt that she has a wonderful sense of humor and an ability to write very good comedy.
I would like to make a comparison, but I feel that it might be more appropriate to say that this is a writer to which comparisons will be made in the future.
First, I had to steal this book from my wife, who kept me up all night because she'd just bust out laughing while reading it.
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I bought this book at a used book sale... I paid $1. If I had paid any more for this, I would have been disappointed.
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