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I laughed from the dedication all the way through to the final page! I did not want this read to ever end.Published 9 months ago by Julie A. Smith
Ugh. My sister recommended this book. I was about 30% through the book when I realized that he had discussed nothing but masturbation. Read morePublished 10 months ago by AmyEliz
I love a man who is able to laugh at himself! I have both of his books and enjoy re-reading them. I'm happy his life has tuned out so well. Read morePublished 13 months ago by michelle long
It came on time and was exactly what I expected. I love it, it is a good read Paul Feig is quite the character.Published 18 months ago by Jared M.
Although it was not as funny as I was hoping for and was quite disturbing at some points you can still learn a good lesson from this book.Published on March 5, 2013 by Reed
Everyone who has ever been an awkward teenager should read this, laugh self-consciously, and then re-watch Freaks and Geeks. Paul Feig is a hero.Published on February 23, 2013 by Ana M. Underman
Feig's work on television and in movies is legendary at this point, but his memoir seems almost cobbled-together in haste. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by Robyn
This book was enjoyable and frequently had me laughing out loud. I recommend this and Fieg's earlier "Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence". They are both worth reading.Published on August 6, 2012 by T. Evans