Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Review - This Will Not Look Good on my Resume

Smashwords Ebook - $2.99 Paperback - $9.99 Kindle - $2.99
Barnes & Noble Paperback - $8.99
Barnes & Noble Nook - $2.99
Everyone gets fired at least once in their life. And if not, well, they're just not trying very hard. And we all think of brilliant and immature 'shoulda saids' and 'shoulda dones' for weeks after. (Okay, years.) In this collection of loosely related stories, Brett shows again and again that getting fired is really quite easy. A quirky bit of fun that slaps you upside the head.

This book really made me laugh when I started it. I mean really laugh. It is a funny, sharp and witty story. However I eventually started getting tired of the heavy feminist angle. Constantly putting down men and also going further and putting down children and women who have them. Still it was full of very funny parts.

This book is loaded with jokes and even a good point here and there. I really liked the point when she was working with mental patients. Why do they put mentally disabled with mentally disturbed patients, it's like making "Corky room with Hitler."

Mostly I enjoyed it, I think it's a book to be savored slowly, it's always on...always moving...always funny. I think I just got burnt. I'm not done with it yet, but I am not going to delete. I will pick it up when I need a laugh.


  1. I know what you mean about the "savor" part. That is how I had to read EARTH by Jon Stewart. I was so excited when it was released that I went through five chapters on one sitting and I, too, was burnt. Now it sits close to my bedside, and I pick it when I need a brainy laugh ;-)

  2. Excellent Angie! It's good to laugh ;o)


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