I really enjoyed this book. It was hilarious, entertaining, a tiny bit informative, just a great quick read.
I made a goal to read 25 books this year - two each month and one long, hard one that spans the year. I'm running a bit late. I can't believe a fourth of this year is gone already.
Anyway, somewhere along the way - completely unintentionally - I went from hating non-fiction anything to reading it almost exclusively. I can do classic literature, but give me an interesting autobiography or historical biography or even a self-help (note to self: need to do a post on The Lost Art of House-Cleaning) any day over most popular fiction out there. Even by the pool, you can find some quick, lighthearted non-fiction summer reading such as Free Gift with Purchase.