Book Review: 3 Treasure Boxes
Publisher: Hachette Audio, Listening Length: 5 hours and 35 minutes (304 pages), ASIN: B004V6APR
Tina Fey is Bossypants; she tells about her journey through life and how she became the boss at 30 Rock. This is her autobiography.
The book is amusing, interesting, and at times laugh out loud funny. The picture she has on the front cover is a wonderful depiction of the woman herself. It shows that she is beautiful, funky and capable of poking fun at herself. She knows she is not perfect and that is ok.
Throughout the book she tells her story, starting as a youth and moving up through the years until 2011 when she was working as an executive producer at 30 Rock. She paints an interesting picture of her father and gives the reader a lot of insight as to how he helped create the person she becomes. She tells some fascinating tales about what life was like at SNL, how she came to play the part of Sarah Palin and how she felt about her role in that election, as well as what it is like to work with Alec Baldwin, and the roller coaster of 30 Rock.
This is an interesting story about a fascinating woman. She tells an entertaining story while at the same time she also shares her desire to raise a healthy daughter and the importance that women have to stick together. She is a funny lady and her chapters on her weight are very entertaining. Her antidotes about her photo shoot and photo shop were priceless. I was especially moved by her prayer for her daughter and I felt that she was sending a good message to all women throughout her tale.
I highly recommend this book as a very good read. It is a good story that can be enjoyed by both sexes, but I think every woman should read it.