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The Last Black Unicorn (2017)

A definitely worth reading memoir. Haddish is extremely funny, smart, and observa­tive.

From comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish comes The Last Black Unicorn, a funny, edgy, and heartbreaking collection of autobiographical essays.

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Tiffany Haddish was born into poverty in one of the poorest neighborhoods in South Central Los Angeles. After her mother survived a car accident, she ended up with debilitating brain damage. Tiffany was always different from everyone else. She didn’t fit into any of her homes, nor did she fit into the all-white high school she attended. As an illiterate 9th grader, Tiffany tried to survive by doing anything she could. After a lot of jobs, she eventually realized that she had a talent for comedy. Tiffany faced the ‘normal’ obstacles of climbing the entertainment industry ladder – but had the added obstacles of sex, race, and class in her way too. She made it there. She’s humble, appreciative, grounded, and hilarious.

“Tiffany Haddish’s memoir, The Last White Unicorn, is one of the most honest and poignant books you could find. The book is hilarious, inspiring, and heartbreaking at the same time.”

The Book Guide® Editor

Tiffany is always funny: She just has a natural sense of humor. But The Last Black Unicorn is more than just a side-splitting collection of essays; it’s a memoir of one woman who came out of nowhere and nothing. She was able to achieve her dream by reveling in her painful experiences, showing the world who really she is, and inspiring others by laughing at herself.

The Last Black Unicorn (2017) by Tiffany Haddish

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