Raised half-Jewish, half-Mormon, and 100 percent misfit, Roseanne made a deal with Satan early on as the price she paid for stardom. But now she’s looking to refinance the loan of her soul—this book represents her final exorcism of fame.
Displaying her brilliance and sharp wit, Roseanne discusses the humor of everyday life with musings on more serious topics, such as class warfare, feminism, the cult of celebrity, and Kabbalah. Bold, brash, and insightful, Roseannearchy shows that she can still skewer any subject under the sun and why The New York Times describes her appeal as “the power of a whole planet, pulling everything around it inexorably into its orbit.”
Hardcover: 304 pages
Publisher: Gallery (January 4, 2011)
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Years ago I read My Life As A Woman, and I laughed out loud all the way through it, so naturally I wanted to read this one as soon as I saw it.
This one let me down a bit though. It was more just her way of telling her opinion on certain subjects that most don't want to touch, like religion. There were moments of funny, obviously, but I felt it was more complaining or even whining going on.
Not going to deter me from watching her new tv show, Roseanne's Nuts. Now that is funny!
~I received a copy from Simon & Schuster. I was not compensated for my opinion.~