Great book written by Melissa Etheridge! She really lets her guard down and tells all. Great read if you want to really know the woman who has a superb voice. I guess I can now say that I understand why her music is so fantastic. It's raw and you can feel her emotions pouring out in each and every one. This book covers most of the basics of her life and of course details. You find out about all the heart breaking, losses, and happy moments of her life and how she came to be the person she is today. If your a fan of her music, you have to pick up this book to fully understand why her music touches your soul.
Melissa Etheridges' book is a great read. Very in depth, touching book that leaves nothing to the imagination. She puts it all out there for the reader, like it or not. Can't say that I am a hardcore fan of her music, however, her book made me listen to the songs I do like with a much deeper appreciation for the voice behind them.
A very detailed and informative read. Good for any fan of Melissa's or just a fan of autobiographies.
Very honest and detail account of Melissa life. Easy to read .interesting and informative.Melissa tells the truth about her family.
Terrific autobiography by musician Melissa Etheridge. A little slow in the beginning, but it picks up, especially when it begins to detail her relationship with her former partner Julie Cypher.
She's not in Kansas anymore! Melissa Etheridge, the gutsy Midwest girl who grew up to be the heartland's gift to rock & roll (and a major gay spokeswoman) tells all in her memoir, The Truth Is.... With a little help from Laura Morton, the bestselling collaborator of Marilu Henner and Joan Lunden, Etheridge sets the record straight about her life on and off the stage, her coming-out drama, and the stories behind her songs.
A worthwhile read for any fan.
A quick read, best enjoyed by her fans.
very insightful book. Melissa has a terrific voice
If you're a fan, read this book. It adds to her already awesome voice and music. Surprising, sad, and humorous - a must read for fans.
Melisa Etheridge is one favoter people that I listen too. I really like her book, I thought it was very interesting.
should be called- why I'm a lesbian, and all the sordid details that accompany the life style.
it's not my fault,honest it's not...
did not finish and will not pass along.