This book was cute and funny, but one cannot help but draw a comparison to Tina Fey's book "Bossypants". They have a lot of similar background and audience, so it is hard not to compare the two. And it is even harder to top Ms Tina who is essentially the most amazing female and comedian in the world right now. I find Mindy's style and voice a lot more appealing after watching her show, The Mindy Project, rather than the Office. I can see her talent and point of view so much more, which made this book much funnier. On the Office she was so one-note, and I think if I had only seen her in that show and then read this book, I would have had Kelly Kapoor's voice narrating it which would have literally drove me insane.
In the book, she jumps around so much in time and subject that it is difficult to follow. She has clearly never written anything in a continuous storyline/book form. This is essentially a book of humorous and embarrassing anecdotes, but certainly not a memoir or story in any sense. She is funny though, you have to give the girl that.
I expected more. Didn't really find this very funny.
Funny and relatable. If you are a fan on Mindy and know her work from the Office, and The Mindy Project, you can really her voice coming though in the book.