Reader reviews for The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption, and Pee

Starts with an interesting story... but turns out to be a huge fail for the next half...
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A simple book with no real ending, it did make me lol, literally hope she was able to cure her problem, ?
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I always enjoy Sarah Silverman's work and this book is no exception. Lots of laughs but beware, her humor tends to be a little on the raw side.
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I found Silverman's tone to be cloying and forced. I can't see why people find her funny.
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This book is great. It had a few of those laugh out loud on public transportation moments. It also reads really quickly, since it's divided into short chunks. Sarah's humor is about farts, poop, pee, and genitalia, not to mention racist epithets. It's not for everyone. But, if you've enjoyed spending time w/her on either the big or small screen (or both), you'll probably find more to enjoy in this book, which, while not always a chronological memoir, does cover her childhood, her SNL year and early stand up, as well as how it is to work on her current TV show.
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This book is kind of like Sarah's standup. Not for the easily offended, it is often gross and offensive with a lot of penis and fart references. But, occasionally she comes out with a gem that is freakin' hilarious. My favorite quote from the book: "What the hell do I need a man for anyway? Everything that I enjoy, I seem to be able to do with two hands, a fork, and an iPhone."
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I could personally identify with the Jewess parts. I loved the pictures, and enjoyed her usual "off the wall" humor. There were a couple of meaningfull "lessons" in the book, like makings special, rather than just over indulging. I was a little disappointed to find that she had different views of "sex" than I have. I usually don't like autobiographies because they tend to dispel my fabricated image of the subject.
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Candid, honest, sweet, hilarious, and real. This shows that Sarah Silverman is not just poop jokes (which if you watch her show, you already know that). She is an amazingly smart woman who is just laugh out loud funny. A great look behind the scenes of her career and inside her head. Don't read without a sense of humor or if you are easily offended.
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I'm not a huge fan of Sarah Silverman but this book was funny!
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funny and interesting.
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