Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick

Published November 26, 2016

Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick

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I love Anna Kendrick a lot, so it was no surprise that her memoir was right up my street. Having said that, I was a bit taken aback by the book because it was basically like reading inside my mind - some of the anxieties, some of the anti-social tendencies, some of the obsessive compulsive stuff, you mean Hollywood stars feel like that too?

It was written well, with humour and a lovely self-deprecating air, in a way that you really believe in everything Anna says, rather than some autobiographies that leave you rolling your eyes a little bit.

I quite liked the way it was grouped by topic as well, rather than a strictly chronological tale. It was broadly covering Anna’s life as it unfolds, but dipped back and forth depending on context and when you needed the important information. Really enjoyed it, and love her even more now!

Rating: Unrated

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