Now, I like Tina Fey. I liked her when she was on SNL, I loved 30 Rock, and I've enjoyed the movies of hers that I've seen. I do think you have to at least be something of a Tina Fey fan to enjoy this book, but if you really didn't like her at all I'm not sure why you would pick it up in the first place ;)
I will say this - it's not an autobiography. To me it seemed that Fey wanted to keep as much of her personal life personal and private as possible - which is fine. But I think largely because of that, what she ended up writing was more a series of essays than cohesive chapters for a book. Some of these chapters/essays are great; some aren't and feel more like filler than anything else. Still, this was an interesting, mostly fun, and at times even thought-provoking read. 3.5/5 stars.
"I have a uniquely German capacity to vacillate between sentimentality and coldness."