“Anna Faris has advice for you. And it’s great advice, because she’s been through it all, and she wants to tell you what she’s learned. Her comic memoir and first book, Unqualified, will share Anna’s candid, sympathetic, and entertaining stories of love lost and won. Part memoir, part humorous, unflinching advice from her hit podcast Anna Faris Is Unqualified, the book will reveal Anna’s unique take on how to navigate the bizarre, chaotic, and worthwhile adventure of finding love.
Hilarious, authentic, and actually useful, Unqualified is the book Anna’s fans have been waiting for.”
Unqualified by Anna Faris has been on my TBR for a while now, but with it being on my Kindle and buying it a while ago, I kept forgetting about it. There are only certain Autobiographies that I am actually willing to read and Anna Faris is without a doubt one of those few that I have been wanting to read, just for her and her life and nothing to do with Chris Pratt!
I can’t believe how much I enjoyed this book. It was soooo good, even if it was different from what I had expected it to be about. I knew I was going to be in for something funny and something great when I bought this book, which is exactly what I was after and why I wanted to read this beauty. Anna Faris has never disappointed me and neither did her book.
This isn’t your normal autobiography, so don’t go into it thinking that this is that, because you may end up feeling really disappointing. This book is more like an advice book, which is similar to her Podcast with the same name, which I didn’t know before going into it, which did disappointment me a little bit, but I honestly still did enjoy it. I usually listen to autobiographies solely through audiobook format, as it usually feels more personal that way, especially when the author is the one narrating the book. Although Anna Faris does narrate this audiobook, this actually did make for a great physical read and is one that I purchased a while ago on kindle and one that got lost among the many other kindle purchases I tend to make and forget about, so I’m glad that I finally got to it.
The writing is witty and funny, yet there are moments within this book that really moved me and were really emotional, as it is a really honest read. I finished this book the same day as I started it, simply because I didn’t want to put it down, being engrossed in Anna’s life and in the advice she was doling out, based on her own life experiences.