(this will be a shorter review)
Amy Schumer blew my mind with her memoir The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo. Never have I read (or in this case listened to) such a raw and honest telling of a myriad of experiences of such a strong woman. Her stories are ones that I think need to be heard. I’ll be honest, I thought it she would have funny story after story, but I’m glad that I was wrong.
Because I think that any female would enjoy hearing Schumer’s experiences and her truthful storytelling – no embellishments, no exaggerations. I love Schumer’s empowerment of women and her encouragement for other women to follow. Or at least to learn from her experiences.
While I think that aspect of her book is what stuck with me after all this time after finishing the book, I did enjoy her stories about trying to make it in stand up comedy, living in New York City, and her experience with her parent’s – especially her father’s diagnosis of MS.
I loved Amy Schumer’s book and I would definitely recommend it simply because of her positive and strong attitude about being a woman.
Have you had the chance to read/listen to Amy Schumer’s book?
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I haven’t read this one yet, but this memoir is definitely one I want to read. Great review!
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