The Bedwetter - Sarah Silverman

The Bedwetter

By Sarah Silverman

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-04-20
  • Book Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
  • Author: Sarah Silverman
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 501 Ratings)

The Bedwetter Sarah Silverman read online review & book description:

From the outrageously filthy and oddly innocent comedienne and star of the powerful 2015 film I Smile Back Sarah Silverman comes a memoir—her first book—that is at once shockingly personal, surprisingly poignant, and still pee-in-your-pants funny. 

In this collection of humorous essays, Sarah Silverman tells tales of growing up Jewish in New Hampshire, losing her virginity, learning to curse at 3 years old, and being a bedwetter until she was old enough to drive, and in a surprisingly poignant piece, she recounts the accidental death of her infant brother. Of course, in her loopy, taboo-breaking way, she always manages somehow to leave you laughing. But then you’d expect nothing less from a woman who sang to her boyfriend on national television that she was “F***ing Matt Damon.”

If you like Sarah’s television show The Sarah Silverman Program, or memoirs such as Chelsea Handler’s Are You There Vodka? It’s Me Chelsea and Artie Lange’s Too Fat to Fish, you’ll love The Bedwetter.

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Posted Reviews

  • Read Bossypants instead.

    By LyndeeC
    Over all, the book was OK. I may have enjoyed it more if I hadn't just read Tina Fey's book. I was expecting the same level of humor.
  • Waste of Time

    By 11monstruo
    This book is a waste of time, I didn't bother to finish it. Not sure why someone would be so discusting and proud of it. An immature 12 year old may enjoy this book.
  • Great read

    By Hannahls73
    Funny funny funny . . . made me laugh out loud. Thanks for the great read Sarah Silverman!
  • Not bad

    By Stewey9
    Don't understand why she barely mentions Kimmel. Dated him for 6 years and learned nothing.
  • Buy this one if u like to laugh

    By Bgarbled
    This is classic Sarah comedy, telling her life story in her own words... I bought the audiobook, the kindle version and now the iTunes version. I torrent, so when I like an artist I reward them with commercial sales just as they deserve. Enjoy this book, Sarah is my lifelong girlfriend, so hot and so funny and she is REAL!
  • Short But Sweet... Kind Of, It Is Dirty, but still Sweet...

    By JayLando
    This will be extremely brief, if you know who she is and enjoy her humour then read this! If you do not know her and are not turned off by "Jew Humour" read this! This is the abridged life story of a gorgeous and gifted humorist letting no horror story go untold if a laugh can be gleaned from her misery. Love it!
  • Good if you like Sarah

    By njdrumdude
    It's tough writing an autobiography, and make it funny. Sarah Silverman succeeds very well. I've enjoyed her work as far back as the Larry Sanders Show. She isn't afraid to take on controversial subjects, and has developed her own brand of humor. It's an interesting read if you're curious about how she came up through the ranks to become, well, famous....for lack of a better word. All in all I enjoyed reading it, and had some laughs as well!
  • Funny

    By Laura Alder
    Book was enjoyable, especially first half. Worth a read.
  • Hell Yeah!

    By Jenijeni
    Start to finish, funny as hell!
  • Great book!

    By concretewater87
    This was a super funny book, but it's hardly a surprise coming from Sarah. Great read, and I think even if you have a passing interest in her comedy, this book is worth your time.

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