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Girl Walks into a Bar--: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle (Inglés) Pasta blanda – 5 feb 2013


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"Rachel Dratch has written a memoir that is funny, honest and optimistic. It's like spending a delightful evening with Rachel, but in a format that allows you put her in your purse and enjoy her on the bus. (Rachel, I think Lynda Carter should play you in the movie and you should play your son.)"--Tina Fey

"A hilarious look at how unpredictable and beautiful life can be. Like Dratch, "Girl Walks into a Bar..." is honest, surprising and always funny."--Amy Poehler

"This is one of those books where a woman tells of her struggles with life and love. But here's the caveat: the struggles are hilarious and the woman is Rachel Dratch."--Sarah Silverman

"["Girl Walks Into A Bar..."] will take you away."
--Janet Maslin, "New York Times"

"Funny, honest, and optimistic. It's like spending a delightful evening with Rachel, but in a format that allows you to put her in your purse and enjoy her on the bus." --Tina Fey
"A hilarious look at how unpredictable and beautiful life can be. Like Dratch, "Girl Walks into a Bar . . ." is honest, surprising, and always funny." --Amy Poehler
"["Girl Walks Into a Bar..."] will take you away." --Janet Maslin, "The New York Times "
"Dratch's book is definitely funny, but it is her courage to speak openly about her struggle with dating, romance, and the Holy Grail of feminine culture--motherhood--that makes this work as unconventional as her path to both television stardom and maternity." --"The Huffington Post "
"A hilarious and incisive view of her unexpected life trajectory." --"The Village Voice"
"It's rare that you find a book so sharply funny yet deeply optimistic. I LOVED this book from start to finish. Rachel's stories are just so candid and honest- It was hard not laugh out loud- so I often did." --Mike Birbiglia, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Sleepwalk with Me "

"Ms. Dratch maintains a blunt, irreverent and gently jaded posture, party because of experience . . . [she] turns her setbacks into irreverent vignettes . . . . her book, which moves from tales of Second City and "Saturday Night Live" to an exploration of motherhood, convinces you that she has seen enough to justify a show business memoir." -- Jason Zinoman, The New York Times
"Ms. Dratch maintains a blunt, irreverent and gently jaded posture, party because of experience . . . [she] turns her setbacks into irreverent vignettes . . . . her book, which moves from tales of Second City and "Saturday Night Live" to an exploration of motherhood, convinces you that she has seen enough to justify a show business memoir." -- "New York Times"
"Funny, honest, and optimistic. It's like spending a delightful evening with Rachel, but in a format that allows you to put her in your purse and enjoy her on the bus." --Tina Fey
"A hilarious look at how unpredictable and beautiful life can be. Like Dratch, "Girl Walks into a Bar . . ." is honest, surprising, and always funny." --Amy Poehler
"["Girl Walks Into a Bar..."] will take you away." --Janet Maslin, "The New York Times "
"Dratch's book is definitely funny, but it is her courage to speak openly about her struggle with dating, romance, and the Holy Grail of feminine culture--motherhood--that makes this work as unconventional as her path to both television stardom and maternity." --"The Huffington Post "
"A hilarious and incisive view of her unexpected life trajectory." --"The Village Voice"
"It's rare that you find a book so sharply funny yet deeply optimistic. I LOVED this book from start to finish. Rachel's stories are just so candid and honest- It was hard not laugh out loud- so I often did." --Mike Birbiglia, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Sleepwalk with Me "
"["Girl Walks Into A Bar..."] will take you away."
-- Janet Maslin, "New York Times"

Ms. Dratch maintains a blunt, irreverent and gently jaded posture, party because of experience . . . [she] turns her setbacks into irreverent vignettes . . . . her book, which moves from tales of Second City and Saturday Night Live to an exploration of motherhood, convinces you that she has seen enough to justify a show business memoir. Jason Zinoman, The New York Times
"Ms. Dratch maintains a blunt, irreverent and gently jaded posture, party because of experience . . . [she] turns her setbacks into irreverent vignettes . . . . her book, which moves from tales of Second City and Saturday Night Live to an exploration of motherhood, convinces you that she has seen enough to justify a show business memoir." New York Times
Funny, honest, and optimistic. It s like spending a delightful evening with Rachel, but in a format that allows you to put her in your purse and enjoy her on the bus. Tina Fey
A hilarious look at how unpredictable and beautiful life can be. Like Dratch, Girl Walks into a Bar . . . is honest, surprising, and always funny. Amy Poehler
[Girl Walks Into a Bar...] will take you away. Janet Maslin, The New York Times
Dratch s book is definitely funny, but it is her courage to speak openly about her struggle with dating, romance, and the Holy Grail of feminine culture motherhood that makes this work as unconventional as her path to both television stardom and maternity. The Huffington Post
A hilarious and incisive view of her unexpected life trajectory. The Village Voice
"It's rare that you find a book so sharply funny yet deeply optimistic. I LOVED this book from start to finish. Rachel's stories are just so candid and honest- It was hard not laugh out loud- so I often did." Mike Birbiglia, New York Times bestselling author of Sleepwalk with Me
"[Girl Walks Into A Bar...] will take you away."
Janet Maslin, New York Times"

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The former Saturday Night Live comedienne recounts her midlife career slump, long-distance relationship and roller-coaster experiences of unplanned motherhood, which culminated in uproarious childcare activities and the bewilderment of friends and family members.

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