Tuesday July 14, 2020

Schumer’s expensive memoir lives up to the price tag

Memoir; The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo; By Amy Schumer; Harper Collins, €19.95

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
28th August, 2016
Actress Amy Schumer Performs Onstage Pic: Getty

I t would be a miracle if this first book from US comedian Amy Schumer wasn’t any good, for the simple reason that there’s an awful lot of money riding on its publication.

Reportedly, Schumer’s publishers paid her a figure north of €8 million for the book, so they have a major investment in making sure that The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo is as well crafted and edited as...

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