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Posted January 27, 2012
Well to start off i love this show. And i dont like it at all when people talk bad about kate and her kids so i suggest you that you stop. And stop judging someone that you dont even no or their personality. Because i no that you wouldnt want anyone talking about you and your kids to how to raise them. Most of the people dont even have kids and your judging someone else to how to raise them. So please stop because its their life and not yours so stop judging someones life you dont even no and get a life of you owns. Well great book and i have faith in you kate.
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Posted November 23, 2011
Posted November 4, 2011
This book opened my eyes up to moments on the show that i never realized before. I knew kate was very demanding but the way she acted toward her neighbors and prob free hired help was so disgusting. This book was kind of boring towards the end.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 25, 2011
I stopped watching this show when they showed the children being potty trained and have not followed the tabloid coverage of this family disintegration. I have always felt that having your childhood televised was inherently not healthy for these children. However, opinions seemed to span the spectrum from, they need the money to foregone conclusions of severe mental problems as adults. Ms. Kahl has done an excellant job of bring together a wide variety of people who have experience working in Reality TV and adults that have themselves worked as children in the entertainment industry. This is not a gossipy piece, if that is what you are looking for, don't buy it! The subjects interviewed for this book are real people with real experience in the industry and they speak respectful of the children and their parents. This book is an objective look at Reality TV with the Gosselin children's welfare at center stage. After having read this book I don't see how anyone could think that any child belongs on "Reality TV "Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.