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People ask Kelly Osbourne all the time: "What's your secret?" Kelly Osbourne may not always have been a typical role model, but no one can say that her perspective isn't hard won after spending three decades in the spotlight: from growing up completely exposed to the heavy metal scene--replete with crazy antics most readers have only begun to hear about--to spending her tePeople ask Kelly Osbourne all the time: "What's your secret?" Kelly Osbourne may not always have been a typical role model, but no one can say that her perspective isn't hard won after spending three decades in the spotlight: from growing up completely exposed to the heavy metal scene--replete with crazy antics most readers have only begun to hear about--to spending her teenage years as the wild middle child of an even wilder Ozzy Osbourne, to the family's popular stint on their wacky eponymous reality show. Since then, Osbourne has forged her own path as a style icon and powerful woman in the media who isn't afraid to tell it like it is and be honest with her fans. But being the daughter of a music legend hasn't always been glamorous; growing up Osbourne is an experience that Kelly wouldn't trade, but there are battle scars, and she is finally now ready to embrace and reveal their origins.Told as a series of letters to various people and places in her life, There Is No F*cking Secret gives readers an intimate look at the stories and influences that have shaped Osbourne's highly speculated-about life, for better or for worse. The stories will make readers' jaws drop, but ultimately, they will come away empowered to forge their own path to confidence, no matter how deranged and out of control it may be, and to learn the ultimate lesson: that there just is no f*cking secret....

Title : There Is No F*cking Secret: Letters from a Badass Bitch
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There Is No F*cking Secret: Letters from a Badass Bitch Reviews

  • Sharon
    2019-03-02 13:13

    Loved this book and all the honesty it entails. In all aspects of our lives the only opinion that should matter is our own. If there is anything people take from this book I hope it is that. Both men and women alike tend to let society make us forget that fact. Along with assuming that the rich & famous have no problems. The letter writing format for me made the book flow easier. I was surprised with some of her “letter recipients” but it wouldn’t be Kelly if it wasn’t something bold.

  • Kayo
    2019-02-24 09:24

    Really enjoyed this book. She seems to have a good head on her shoulders, even growing up in a famous family. Great reading. Kudos to Kelly!

  • Gavin Chua
    2019-03-25 11:29

    I enjoyed reading There Is No F*cking Secret. Told through a series of letters written by Kelly about a person or subject. I know very little about Kelly or the Osbournes. I do hear mentions of their family on TV or see Kelly on the red carpet and Fashion Police. Reading it gave me behind the scenes look on the life of Kelly Osbourne and her family. I loved the letters she wrote about body image, social media, bullying, and growing up. Kelly is 100% authentic with this book because she candidly talked about topics which for other people will find it hard to share. Detailing her struggles with drugs, experiences in rehab, the difficult time of her mother’s cancer and father’s accident, life with fame, and her childhood. Kelly had been through a lot to become the person that she is now, a baddass bitch. There are British slangs used in this book and the book has this little anecdote that translates it, which was fun to learn. One piece of advice this book will give is that be yourself and don’t give a f*ck about what other people think.*Copy was provided by publisher for review.

  • Robin
    2019-03-23 08:34

    Searing, honest, and full of profanity and crude references, this is at times hilarious and offers an inside look at Kelly's upbringing and current life. I skipped around and fully read a few chapters but ended up skimming others.If you're a fan, by all means read this, but if you aren't don't bother or do like I did and pick and choose which chapters to thoroughly read.

  • Jeanne
    2019-03-26 11:17

    I listened to this book, read by the author. It had some very interesting chapters. But there was also a lot of drivel, so after skipping ahead a chapter or two, I finally gave up about 3/4 of the way through. Mark this one as did not finish.

  • Joood Hooligan
    2019-03-12 15:19

    I was both iffy and curious about reading this… I’d actually put a hold on it on overdrive but kept returning it because I couldn’t decide whether or not I actually wanted to read it. Spoiler alert: I totally read it. Which is why I’m writing this review. I know… pretty shocking.Okay, so I was a sorta/kinda semi fan of hers when I was in high school. I’ve always been bad at watching television, but I did on purpose watch the Osbournes at least 10 times. Which is a whole lot for me, especially back in the days before Netflix. But there’s also drama she’s gotten herself involved with, and I wasn’t sure how or if she’d approach it. She does, btw.This is told via letters that are written to important parts of her life, not just people. I thought that was pretty interesting. She gets into some detail about some pretty big topics like her drug addiction, family issues, her lyme disease and some controversial topics. I found most of what she had to say to be amusing, sometimes laugh out loud funny, so I did enjoy this. Although I did also mentally cringe at certain things.The most important thing I took away from this was I totally said, “vagina” loudly in memory of Joan Rivers… and I wasn’t even a fan of the woman. But this book did show me a side of her that I could respect.Out of everything in it, the thing I related to the most was the bit about her having lyme disease. Not that I have it, because I don’t. But I understand being in constant pain and nobody believing it’s valid. Even my 6 year old is a traitor, and recently said to me, “Your back always hurts. You were born with it. Deal with it.” Punk ass kid.I still think she’s entitled and I disagree with her on many things, but mostly I found it refreshing to see how much she’s matured. Also, very important to note, I learned the difference between crack and coke while reading this… although I’ve already forgotten which is which. But for a brief moment of my life I knew which was the rich person drug and which was for poor people. And she totally has never touched the poor people drug.

  • Orsolya
    2019-03-21 16:15

    A few years back, I worked as an audience model on the television talk show, “The Talk”. Kelly Osbourne was guest-hosting alongside her mom, Sharon. I’ve always adored the Osbourne family and at the end of the taping, much to my delight, Kelly complimented me on my ‘look’ and said she liked my tattoos. My heart pitter-pattered for my girl crush. Years later, Osbourne fans are gifted with Kelly letting us into her personal life with a memoir in, “There is No Fucking Secret: Letters from a Badass Bitch”. Much like Kelly herself, “There is No Fucking Secret” is a completely fresh and new take on the Hollywood-celebrity memoir genre. Instead of a straight-course autobiographical retelling; Osbourne composes “There is No Fucking Secret” as a series of letters tackling topical subjects or figures in her life. This is on-par with some rehab/therapy practices and gives the memoir a more intimate feel. Don’t worry that “There is No Fucking Secret” will be ‘cheesy’ as a result because on the contrary it is more revealing than many other memoirs and is both relatable and readable. Osbourne’s writing is strong and well-written both in terms of language/grammar chops and content (although she thanks a ‘ghostwriter’ so she seemingly had help). Even though the writing is laced with familiar undertones (and even cussing), Osbourne clearly has writing skills. Plus, “There is No Fucking Secret” is not shallow or gossipy dripping with name-calling or celebrity-elitist attitude. This may disappoint those readers seeking a behind-the-scenes look into Kelly’s fame but will satisfy those seeking to know her views and thoughts as a woman.“There is No Fucking Secret” also doubles as an undercover motivational/advice piece. Osbourne offers some tips/suggestions on life situations but these are naturally blended into the writing and never forced on the reader. Osbourne does not harbor any delusion that she is an expert on anything and merely has a friendly, girlfriend tone. Those of us living in Los Angeles will experience many camaraderie moments with Kelly’s stories. Other readers living elsewhere will still enjoy her tales and imbibe on the fact that Osbourne is generally quite ‘real’ and down-to-earth despite who she is. On a negative note, some chapters in “There is No Fucking Secret” feel rushed and lacking adequate detail. This isn’t detrimental to the memoir overall, but still could have used some additional padding. Naturally, the emotional climaxes of “There is No Fucking Secret” occur with Osbourne speaking of her and her father’s addiction/rehab and her mother’s cancer. Osbourne reveals raw feelings and highlights personal information without romanticizing the topics. Osbourne’s writing continues to be ‘real’ and accessible. “There is No Fucking Secret” does suffer from some repetition and topics being revisited resulting in some, “You’ve already said that”- moments. This can cause some readers’ eyes to glaze over. The final chapters bring a hearty dose of Osbourne comedy which is a solid neutralization of the more gut-wrenching climax; while the conclusion is a bit abrupt but is still a worthy sum-up and memorable in retrospect. Noticeably missing from the pages of “There is No Fucking Secret” and creating a deficit is the absence of any photos or color plates. Osbourne mentions being private of photos but it would have been advantageous to include in “There is No Fucking Secret”. “There is No Fucking Secret” is certainly a departure from typical celebrity memoirs but in the best way possible. The pages are refreshing, real, and enjoyable without Osbourne having a whiny or privileged tone and this showing a mature character. “There is No Fucking Secret” is not for those readers seeking a gossip piece but is very much recommended for Kelly fans, supporters of the Osbourne family, and female readers.

  • T. Mags
    2019-03-07 11:17

    Let me tell you what this book isn't: This book isn't a page turning masterpiece that will live on and on in history as one of the best novels of the 20th century. This book isn't a detailed looked into everything about Kelly's life. This book isn't a ploy at winning a popularity contest. This book isn't going to motivate you to turn your life around or give you step by step instructions in how to be an Osbourne. This book isn't going to give you the recipe for losing weight. In fact it only has a two page cameo. What this book is: Truth, but without all the details that make you feel like she's looking for sympathy. Kelly owns her life and her choices and I appreciate that. A story, hey guess what... you probably have some things in common with Kelly Osbourne. I bet you didn't know that. A nice read, I enjoyed it, like a conversation with a friend. Like, "Hey buddy, how have you been?" And she replies "a lot! Here let me tell you." If you like Kelly, read it. If you don't like Kelly don't. I enjoyed it. I've read several celebrity biographies, this one is one of my favorites. It's simple. I enjoyed getting a bit of insight on Kelly Osbourne and while it did leave me wanting to go for coffee with her and hear her tell all these stories in person (I have so many questions about her life! How intriguing! I do enjoy learning about the things that make people the people they are.) I thought the book was so tasteful and it left me appreciative of her honesty, her vulnerability and just the things that made her her.

  • Dar
    2019-03-18 13:19

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book which the grand Kelly wrote with Kate Williams. How can you not love someone who not only grew up with Sharon and Ozzy, but grew up painfully exposed on live TV? It makes me happy that she came out the other side and is really as badass as she proclaims. Her memoir is written blog-style as letters to both people and things (Dear Jack, Dear London). At 32, Kelly sounds like every22-year-oldin the world who is out there saying "Adulting is hard." She's been through extreme stuff but is ultimately very relate-able. Kelly reveals she is secure in her gender and sexuality and is rather modest if not, as she would say, a prude. Her use of the words vagina and cunt throughout reveal some confusion but maybe not for a Brit, haha! I found it funny that she translated a lot of British-isms, but it's really the pop culture references that will baffle older folks (most of whom won't be reading the book) - terms like pro-ana and FUPA. Of course there are lots of celebrity stories, gossip and name-dropping, which doesn't hurt. I liked it!

  • Leigh
    2019-02-26 13:31

    She seems smart, mature, and very sweet. Good summer read!

  • Gail
    2019-03-18 09:27

    This young lady, has really mature. I really did enjoy reading this book.

  • Kelly
    2019-03-19 16:08

    Here's the thing. I never watched the Osbournes' reality TV show nor did I follow news reports of Kelly. Sure, there were snippets I came across here and there, so I was aware of her a bit, but I never exerted any energy to learn much about her. Then why did I read this book? I'm lying on the couch too lazy to move, and the book is on the coffee table, left there by my daughter. I had a few minutes of free time, so I grabbed the book not expecting much. Surprise! Kelly is certainly open and honest about her drug abuse, the troubles she had with self-image, and the bullying (from the media and fans) she endured. Kelly provides a warning on the very first page about the language she uses in the book, but I still grew weary of it after a while. I don't care if it's the way she talks, I found it boring even though Kelly is funny and some of her stories are outrageous.What I did enjoy was Kelly's candid comments about sex, family dynamics, friendship, and sobriety. I like how she provides page numbers to readers if they want to skip ahead to a section to read about a particular topic, and I was surprised by some of her friendships (Joan Rivers, for example). Fans of the Osbournes will love this book, but I think it's a great book for young women to read as well. It's about self-acceptance and empowerment and what it means to be a young woman in the world today, striving to do you best not just despite the odds but because of them.

  • Lisa Nemchek
    2019-02-24 12:24

    Just ok. One young woman’s honest view of her life EXCEPT for views on her sister Amy. Amy is the one person in the Osborne family that refuses to be on the spotlight. Kelly honors her sister’s wishes. I view the value of a book by whether or not I’d purchase it in hard copy, I would not buy this book.

  • Natalie
    2019-02-25 09:21

    I've followed Kelly her whole career and loved reading her bio! She's always been outspoken and cool, it was awesome to hear what she was thinking during pivotal moments in her life.

  • Brandy
    2019-03-21 16:17

    I thought this was well written and entertaining. It was interesting her take on addiction and I now have a new view/understanding of it. I even had to go back and watch some of her dances on DWTS. She is so dang cute I like her even more now that I see how she owns her shit. she makes mistakes and owns up to it not try to cover it up. Love that in any person.

  • Laura
    2019-03-17 16:32

    Anyone who has seen Kelly Osbourne on the Osbournes when it was a smash it television reality series has preconceived notions and thoughts about her. If you watched her on Fashion Police or E! Live from the Red Carpet you more than likely have preconceived opinions of her.Personally, I thought she was a strong woman who loved her family, wasn't afraid to buck the system with fashion and her opinions. Kelly says what she feels in no uncertain language to whoever is around to hear it. Those thoughts were mostly accurate, but Kelly Osbourne is so much more than my perception of her, which is, I am sure, of most celebrities.Kelly wrote her book in a series of letters. Each one is either to a person, such as her mom, dad and brother Jack, all of which she is crazy about and would do anything for them if they needed her. Other people she wrote to include celebrities like Joan Rivers whom she knew since she was six and body parts such as her vagina, lavender hair and mouth.She also addresses deeply personal issues (yes, I know probably I should have put her vagina here, but seriously, it IS just another body part) such as her battle with drugs and rehab, social media, Ozzfest, London, dating, bullying and the brushes with death of both her mother and father.All of these letters revealed more than an opinionated young celebrity who was raised in a rock and roll world that most of us can only imagine. She is bright, funny, a loyal friend and loving daughter, sister and aunt. Would she get on your nerves? Maybe. Would she have your back? No doubt about it.In addition to all of the feelings and relationships Kelly talks about, there are fun facts we learn about her life and the world as she perceives it. It was fun reading about life on the tour bus. She and Jack had some crazy childhood memories of the summers of Ozzfest on the bus that you better not be late boarding after the last set was played. If so, you held up everyone for hours getting stuck in the traffic leaving the venue.I also loved the little tidbits of word trivia sprinkled throughout the book. Kelly was born and raised in England then returned there from the states when she turned 19. Anyone who has heard her knows she has a British accent that I hope she never loses. She adds little side bars explaining some of the slang she uses that is common in Great Britain, but means something totally different here. Here are a few of my favorites:Gearbox: VaginaTrump: FartMullered: WastedSunday Roast: A big family dinner that we do every SundayAll in all, my notions of Kelly have changed. I would be honored to have her as a friend. She is a bright, funny, crazy young woman who is deeply loyal to those she loves. She has had personal problems, and honestly who hasn't? Hers have just been made public by social media and fame.I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a frank, truthful and brutally honest behind the scene look at what is is growing up as a celebrity. Of course every celebrity child's life is shaped differently, but the constant scrutiny is always there unless their parents have found a way to keep them hidden from the paparazzi. Kelly Osbourne has opened up her life for all the world to see in there is no f*cking secretCopyright © 2017 Laura Hartman

  • Amanda
    2019-03-25 10:17

    I was not a fan of the format of this book. There were a few interesting tid bits but that was about it for me. If you have a long list of books to read this one could easily take a miss.

  • Shannon
    2019-03-14 11:27

    I thought I would really enjoy this as I am a fan of the whole family (& I love Kelly's lavender hair). Books read by the author are the best but something about the way she was reading this bothered me (too slow maybe?), not to mention that she has the same (London?) accent as Daenerys Targaryen, which also grates on my ears. I can't quite put into words why this did not do it for me-too pat-myself-on-the-back maybe. Also, I don't need to know that she keeps her vaj bald. Not relevent. But now I'm going to listen to her dad's story on audio."Porn has ruined the state of affairs for vaginas the world over. Forget mystique-everyone has seen it all." Agreed.

  • Cassy
    2019-03-02 14:29

    I received There Is No F*cking Secret by Kelly Osbourne as a Goodreads Giveaway winner.There is No F*cking Secret is a memoir of Kelly Osbourne documenting her experiences as a child growing up on a tour bus to becoming the potty mouth teenager people remember seeing on her family’s reality TV show to fighting her demons and getting help for her addictions to become a self-sufficient and successful adult. This memoir is unique in that it is told in the form of letters Kelly has written to various people in her life, such as her family members, to important events and concepts that were influential in her life, such as her addiction, her body image, her mother’s cancer, and her father’s accident. I was pleasantly surprised by the memoir. Kelly makes no apologies for who she is and does not hold back on sharing the experiences that were influential in her life and how she has turned those experiences, even the negative ones, into positive opportunities to grow from. In addition to sharing her experiences in the letters, she also gives advice and encouragement to readers who can relate to her and what she has been through. While sprinkled with the occasional profanity and vulgar language (it honestly would not have been Kelly without it), her writing in this blunt and honest memoir has a level of intelligence and experience that I was not expecting from her and very much appreciated. My only criticism is that there were several topics/letters that I felt she spent too long on and ended up repeating herself too much, when it could have easily been shortened to be more concise.I was relatively unfamiliar with the family’s reality show, The Osbournes, and I was only somewhat familiar with who Kelly was and the reputation had been given by the media, which was part of the appeal of this autobiography to gain a deeper sense of who Kelly Osbourne is. Fans of the show will likely appreciate reading of this more refined Kelly Osbourne. Even those who are unfamiliar with Kelly, the show, or her successful parents, will likely find elements of her memoir that are very relatable. The book is a quick read and, being written in the form of letters, is a refreshing break from the format of many other memoirs and autobiographies.I give the book 4 out of 5 stars for quality and engaging writing, unique format, relatability, and its overall flow.

  • Angelic
    2019-02-27 10:11

    Eh. I was so hopeful that this book would be more than just a memoir. I believe Kelly has much to share and she makes an earnest attempt with this book. The chapters are even set up as letters to various people, places, and aspects, which I thought was great! The letter starts off as, "dear Mum/Dad/Addiction/London", but ends up as a story about her interaction so it no longer becomes a letter to, but a letter about. Maybe it was just me, but this was a little flat. Overall, the book is okay and I would not discourage anyone from reading (or listening) to it.

  • Jennifer
    2019-03-08 10:22

    I wasn't sure what I expected when I picked up this book, but what I did end up with was a good read and a little peek into the life and times of Kelly Osbourne - daughter of the infamous Ozzy & Sharon Osbourne.This book is a series of letters, written in Kelly's voice with a no holding back, in your face, curse-laced style. Kelly is who she is....blunt, up front, honest and truthful and if you're easily offended by cursing and vulgar language, then I encourage you to pass on this book and pick up something a little more tamer.I found her take on issues like bullying, body issues, her own addiction, Sharon's cancer, Ozzy's addictions and much more very compelling. She's been through a lot in her lifetime and this book gives you some behind the scenes anecdotes....which I always love reading about. I love reading about life experiences and boy, has Kelly had some!What I was disappointed with, however, was at times when she would hint at a certain celebrity and a little story, but then say, "Oh I'm not going to mention their name" OR she would skirt around something that had happened, an incident, and then write, "I'm not going to mention it here". Well guess,'ve already opened the door and piqued your reader's interest by dropping the bread crumbs. Either follow through or don't mention it at all.Overall, I did enjoy the book. If it wasn't filled with such vulgar language, I would certainly give it to my soon-to-be 13 year old to read because there are some amazing lessons to be learned for sure! But for this 47 year old mom -- it was just entertainment....and I was entertained.

  • baeyuh
    2019-03-04 15:12

    I've only known Kelly Osbourne because of Project Runway: Juniors (which I really adore, by the way!). I had no idea about her childhood nor do I have a clue about the background of her family. Yes I know, you might be like:Okay, okay. I'm sorry. Back to business!Reading her letters made me think that I already know her personally. I loved how she told her story through letters to people, topic, and even a festival! (That was my fave letter. Her letter to Ozzfest because it was so cool and amazing and badass!!).I also learned a lot of things I didn't know about Hollywood, living on a tour bus, drugs and rehabs, and bands I haven't even heard before. I'll probably listen to metal and punk bands for weeks because I feel like a badass after reading this book. Though it's not something I would recommend to everyone (due to some unfiltered thoughts that aren't suitable for readers at a very young age), I would definitely recommend this book to my friends because after reading this, I learned quite a lot. #badass #beYOUBaeyuh

  • Lynn
    2019-03-02 10:07

    It started out strong but just seems to peter out towards the end. It is a very quick summer read.

  • Rebecca A
    2019-03-13 12:27

    In the past three years it seems like every celebrity has a biography of some sort coming out. Admittedly I'm very curious to read all of them. And I have read a lot. They've ranged from general, but interesting, to a savvy supposed tell all that tells you nothing, but makes you think you know them (see Lea Michele for this one). It's interesting to see the image they maintain.However, Kelly Osborne didn't write a memoir or biography. She wrote a series of letters to the people in her life, her demons, her jobs, etc. and, while it wasn't perfect (I'm giving it 4.5 stars, but true to tradition I always round up, unless it was that bad) it was engaging, witty, and candid.I don't feel like I know her, which is what most celeb/icon bios try to achieve) but I think that's kind of the point. I came out of this feeling like I could relate to her. Also the lack of name dropping (though she did do some) was really refreshing.Great job Kelly. Only this book had me cracking at 3am while screaming vagina in tribute to Joan.

  • Tammy
    2019-03-05 11:30

    I purchased the audible version, read by the author. I expected raw and honest and bold - and for the first few chapters that's what I got. As the book progressed, however, it became a trite, self congratulatory (let Kelly tell you how she judged a bunch of people and then made the dreams of one woman come true, let Kelly congratulate herself on helping her Mom during her cancer) name dropping extravaganza.Hollywood stars tend to produce autobiographies geared towards influencing how you perceive the image of the author. I expected something more authentic from Ms. Osbourne. Instead what I listened to was a combination of lecture, fluff, and self promotion. I made it 2/3rds of the way through before I gave up in annoyance.All that said, I really enjoyed her ability to imitate accents and voices, and admire the attempt to promote self acceptance - just not enough to make me listen to the rest of the book.

  • Juliewheatcox.Net
    2019-03-11 16:23

    This was a very honest in-your-face biography/commentary. It was charming & funny, but also frank & realistic. I think Kelly is The Bomb.That being said, I did disagree with calling someone out for going public with their Lyme disease struggle (unless she knows these people personally and knows they are faking). I'm sure there were countless doctors who thought that she was faking being sick because that's what Lyme disease patients experience on a daily basis.Any celebrity who shines a light on this horrific disease is a hero. Because without that spotlight, there will be no change and people will continue to suffer.I'm glad that Kelly Osbourne found a doctor to help her and had the financial resources to get treatment. The majority of us will continue to suffer.Kelly, please be our hero and shine your light on Lyme disease.

  • Lindsay Jenkins
    2019-03-23 12:34

    Insightful and also an easy read. She shares quite a lot and explains things you might remember from gossip rags that sets her in a nicer light. Still a fan of Kelly and her honestly about not giving a flip.

  • Agatha Smykot
    2019-03-19 13:27

    The content of this book was phenomenal - a candid, insider's look at the dynamics of the Osbourne family. In each chapter, you learn about Kelly's (and, her family's) struggles, lighter side, and values. Kelly's prose is funny. The book makes for easy reading, because it feels like you're having a conversation with the author, like she's telling you her life story. It's one of those books that you don't want to put down, which I find is a rarity for autobiographies.There is one glaring mistake, though. In one letter, Kelly describes females as having an X and Y chromosome. Of course, this is incorrect. Females are XX and males are XY. Unless, of course, we're birds. But, beyond that, this book comes highly recommended, especially if the wacky world of The Osbournes interests you even a little bit.

  • Sarah
    2019-03-18 12:24

    This is a book I wish I could hand to every thirteen year old girl who *hates* themselves. This is a book about real life in an extraordinary setting; life lived in the English countryside, Los Angeles schools and Oz Fest tour buses. Kelly Osborne gives a no holds barred, honest without name dropping account of the key influences in her life: a famous family, a nomadic lifestyle, chronic lyme disease, drugs, friends and work. The epistle format make this a fantastic author narrated audiobook, and her stories and perspective are so important the only think holding me back from listening when kids are in the car is the elementary teacher judgement of kids using the f-bomb.A must read if you need a reminder that being young, a women, or chronically ill helps shape you, but doesnt make you.

  • Kimberlee
    2019-02-26 13:07

    Great honest insight into her life.I liked it until she veered full SJW on page 213... white guilt, privilege, the current hipster wave. Trying to push the narrative that people should feel guilt about the skin color they cannot help. The definition of racism. The Irony, Kelly-the irony.I thought she was smarter than that. Such a smart, tough cookie who doesn't follow the group expectations. Disappointed.Right after that - a paraphrase "we've all be there-the upscale..."... No Kel, we have not all been there. You are privileged yes, don't feel guilty. Color has nothing to do with it. Great book and worth a read. Glad I read it. Lost a star for following groupthink like a good young hollywood star must.