I've enjoyed many of Jodi Picoult's novels. However, I am not a fan of the romance genre. This story gets entirely too wrapped up in trysts and broken hearts, and muddies the rich atmosphere that I generally admire Picoult for creating.
Yes - I generally enjoy her storytelling, I'll just read the reviews more carefully.
No - I'm not in to romances.
Tina chooses to touch lightly on all they years of her life, but shines a light on the inner workings of comedy. Clearly she chose her stories to entertain us, but doesn't go in to the detail of a thorough autobiography. And, entertain us, she does. As a community theatre actress and comedienne, I found that her stories reflected the realities of performance. Both worlds still have a male bias, and it is persistence and placement (and usually appearance) that allow women to be successful.
I laughed so, so much - and recommended this to my daughter, and my friends in theatre!
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