Waiting: True Confessions of a WaitressPosted: August 24, 2007
While Waiting was not a boring book, the summary I read online beforehand – the reason I picked the book up in the first place – made it sound a lot more interesting than it really was. Ginsberg is a talented writer and her perspective is unique, but I can’t say afterwards that I particularly feel like it was an enjoyable read. Still, it was good for passing the hours away at work.
I honestly would recommend reading Nickel and Dimed first, even though only a third of the book is devoted to the author’s waitressing experience.