I am not sure what I expected, so I can't really say that the book fell short of my expectations, but I think I expected more. More what, I am not totally sure, but I think more autobiography. Fey drops some great notes about leadership, however, I thought it would be a little more personal. Yes, there are stories, but not really all that many personal details. I think Fey succeeds in creating a somewhat humourous novel, with some real gems, and some really important notes about women in comedy... yet, for me, the cover still sticks in my mind the most. Those forearms. The justaposition. I think I would have liked to have seen more of her story related with more details, to make it feel more personal rather than at an arm's length. That being said, as a person in the public eye, Fey does a decent job at keeping a certain amount of her privacy intact, so likely a success on a few fronts.