Celebrity Detox

Celebrity Detox

(the Fame Game)

Book - 2007
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Sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking and always brutally honest, this is Rosie O'Donnell's surprising account of the pain, regret and euphoria involved in withdrawing from celebrity life and embracing the real life of a mother, partner and artist.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Grand Central, 2007.
ISBN: 9780446582247
Branch Call Number: 792.7028 ODONNELL, R.
Characteristics: ix, 209 pages ;,22 cm.
Alternative Title: Fame game


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Mar 10, 2008

Rosie O'Donnell is really a whiner. She wants it all and is disappointed by it all. She blames the world for all her problems. She even blames her own mother for dying. On the other hand she thinks Barbra Streisand is the greatest person who ever lived. Streisand gets mentioned on page 1 and repeatedly through this book. It's not that Rosie's book is bad, it's just really boring. She needs to grow up and take responsibility for her life. She also needs to learn that the world was not created for her own private use and personal happiness. She keeps saying how lucky she is. It sure would be nice if she showed some real appreciation for all that she has. Bottom line: I found this book a waste of time. This is the first autobiography I've read where I thought LESS of the person after reading their book.

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