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Celebrity Detox: The Fame Game

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

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    Obsessed with Barbara Walters

    This book is not well written and it's kind of boring. The entire book is Rosie talking about how much she loves/hates Barbara Walters. I got this thinking it might be a funny biography or an edgy take on celebrity. It's neither. Only for the die-hard fans I think.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2010

    Not what I expected

    You can kind of hear Rosie's sense of humor and style in it but it is very hard to get into and no strong desire to want to pick it up again. Definitely not a page turner. As far as I have gotten, it seems more talking in circles and going off on tangents than actually what it says it is supposed to be about. Maybe it will get better the farther I get into it but I am never eager to pick it up and try to continue. When i run out of my book supply and am desperate to read something, then I will probably get back to it. Glad I only paid bargain book price for it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2007

    Someone needs to get off their high horse...

    I have always thought of Rosie O'Donnell as a down to Earth, simple kind-of gal. I always enjoyed her as a comic and TV personality. After reading her book, however I see her in a different light. The entire book I feel as if she constantly BRAGS about how much money she has, her 'wonderful' family and how she was too good to be on 'The View'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2007

    So Disappointed

    I was looking forward to getting to know more about Rosie. I was completely disappointed in finding out, that this is just a collection of ramblings. I was also disappointed to see that this book was rushed to publication without the benefit of an editor. A little more time, and it would have been a better read.

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