Abbe has fascinating insights into human nature, and her story shows the value of staying true to yourself and never giving up on your dream.
In fact, the book has the best prologue I've ever read, where the author basically says "this is how I write and if you don't like it, go get another book!"
Originally I started doing this to find out how much was dramatized fiction, but the random snippets and pictures I found actually enhanced the book.
There is so much to say, but the best thing I can think of, is that I didn't want it to END!
Ms. Diaz is truly an inspiring and all around intelligent individual. Read more
This book is one of the funniest and most engaging books I have read in a very long time. So much so, I am buying one as a gift for a friend of mine who works in the restaurant... Read morePublished on January 11, 2006 by Steve B.
the author is clearly beyond envious of a scene that she can only enter as a server/worker. if she lusts after men who ignore her and hates women she envies, then why slave in... Read morePublished on January 10, 2006 by jj silver
This is a great book. It's very cleverly written, and very entertaining. At first, it seems a little superficial, but as you get into it, the intelligence and dedication of the... Read morePublished on July 21, 2005 by Pete Lemonj