I had lots of laughs and smiles while listening to this book. I especially liked her thoughts on what she thinks are the funniest movie or TV comedy scenes of all times. It brought those funny moments back up for me and I had some good laughs!
I would definitely listen to it again, infact i already have. Kaling has written (hopefully her and not some ghost writer) her story beautifully with a theme of honesty that makes you want to hear more of what she has to say.
Obviously I was kidding in my subject line...but that's a bit how this book reads. In a heavily "male dominated" industry, Mindy expresses how she was still able to be successful just being herself. Through diets, friendships, and her career she always tried to stay true to herself. But it's not a "girl power" book either. It's very funny for male or female readers, and a great read by Mindy herself. She also has guest voices which make it even funnier. I'm a guy, and I would recommend it.
It was a funny book. But it is more of a publication of her diary. If you want to know about what goes on in her head, this book is great. She's funny in a random sort of way. :)