This book was kind of "different" I thought it would be more of an autobiography by Rosie.
Rosie gets involved online with a 14 year old who wants to give Rosie her baby. But there is a twist.
I dont think I would read it again.
If you like Rosie, you'll love the book. Autobiographical account of losing her mother as a child, how it has affected her as an adult, and stories about her family and career. I'm not a big Rosie fan, but her story is interesting none the less and she is a walking endorsement for adoption.
I've been on a celebrity autobiographical kick lately, and this was a disappointment to me. Unless you're interested in her email correspondence with a severely disturbed woman, there isn't much of interest in this book. I think she is a very good person who has overcome much in her life, but this was a very disjointed and ultimately uncompelling book. On the other hand, now that Rosie's back on TV (on The View), this might be some interesting insight into her personal relationships.
I could not put this book down once I started reading.
Very interesting to hear her viewpoint & hear more about her
This is amazing stuff. I know many people don't like Rosie, but this reading will convince you that (1) she is crazy (she freely admits it, over and over), (2) she is generous to a fault, (3) she is brutally honest. You will be drawn in by her impassioned style and the plot, a true story, that is, as they say, stranger than fiction.