Genre: Memoir, humor
Synopsis: In her memoir, Kaling allows us an insight to her life as a young child, a college graduate, and later as an employee for The Office. As a comedian, Kaling knows just how to make her audience laugh by referencing comical anecdotes and making lists such as movie reboots she’d like to do.
Review: This book has been on my TBR list for a while, and I am so glad I chose to read it when I did. I’m currently bumming it at home, waiting for my next job to begin–and I feel very unproductive. Reading this book made me feel a lot less guilty about where my life is right now, and it’s thanks to Kaling using her sense of humor and relatable anecdotes.
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? left me laughing out loud on a long plane ride–forcing me to cover my mouth and chuckle all by myself, and probably gaining some awkward stares. But let me tell you, it is so so so worth it. After reading this book, I’m looking forward to purchasing her next one.