Suck It, Wonder Woman! by Olivia Munn
The Misadventures of a Hollywood Geek

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In this hilarious collection you'll find essays like "thought's About My First Agent's Girlfriend's Vagina," wherein Olivia skewers what it's like to live in Hollywood. In "Sex: What You Can Do to Help Yourself Have More of It," she frankly gets down to the business of getting it on, including advice on how to appropriately wrap it and bag it. In "What to Do When the Robots Invade (Yes, When!)," Olivia offers valuable information on . . . what to do when the robots invade! And just when you thought she couldn't get any more geeky, she can. This book also includes such handy treasures as a timeline of great moments in Geek history, a flip book, an unofficial FAQ section, and a nifty (read: smokin') foldout poster.

Suck It, Wonder Woman! brings Olivia Munn's unique humor, incredible wit, and lightning-fast costume changes to a world that needs more scrapbooking, sea monkeys, and for the love of God, a freakin' hoverboard!


About Olivia Munn

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Olivia Munn is an actress and comedian. She has an ucoming role on Aaron Sorkin's HBO dramady The Newsroom and is a correspondent on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Rolling Stone named Olivia one of the "Best Characters on TV" in 2010, saying she's "sarcastic and fearless ... with razor-sharp self-awareness." GQ named her one of the "113 Funniest in America." She has been voted to the #2 spot two years in a row on Maxim's Hot 100. Vanity Fair said, "It was damn near impossible not to be charmed by her... instantly likable." She was anointed the "Queen of Comic-Con." The Washington Post has said that Olivia "cultivated this... with dry wit and a wink...swift and sharp with her improvised lines... Olivia was never at a loss for her place -- or for a one-liner." The New York Times, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine and USA Today have all shown their support of her sardonic humor. Known for going above and beyond to show her appreciation to fans, who she calls "more like friends than fans," Olivia says, "They've given me this amazing opportunity and life and I am beyond grateful." Raised between Oklahoma and Tokyo, Japan, she now resides in LA.
Published June 29, 2010 by St. Martin's Press. 288 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Munn, a self-proclaimed nerd, peppers her book with nerd trivia and wisdom, from the moral lessons of Star Wars and Princess Lea tweets to fan art from Comic-Con.

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The humor, much like the book itself, seems quite forced, and the brevity of the chapters themselves makes the book seem very loosely thrown together, even though Munn admits that writing a book is hard.

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Creative Loafing Tampa

With that I knew I was totally sucked into suck it, wonder woman!, the new autobiography by Playboy cover-girl and G4 Tv's resident geek, Olivia Munn.

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