Yes. Kristen was so open & honest and graphic; it didn't feel like anything was held back. The most uncensored autobiographical self-assessment I have ever read/listened to. I have so much respect for her doing this.
Very personal, deep sense of feeling a life lived.
The event that changed her life: starting in a London Hospital.
Great book, glad my friend recommended to me. Loved hearing the emotion and passion that when into it, especially at the end. Glad you found ur way 😄 and thank you for helping me discover mine
I really enjoyed the author's reading of the story, but expected more. There was no real climax- which is understandable because it's an autobiographical piece of work, but it jumped around a bit and was a little confusing. It was beautifully read and I appreciate her raw honesty.
Probably not. The language is pretty strong so they should be aware of that.
How addiction works.
Narrator was fine.
Probably for those who might be interested.
Just not my favorite mostly because of the language.
The thing that makes this tale different is that it's just red wine and pain pills and cigarettes. It's everybody's neighbor or sis in law that never thinks they really have a problem, and that makes it a different kind of good.
Is wonderful!! If she's worried about wrinkles/pimples and being middle aged is begging her Hollywood career- she should make a living reading/recording audiobooks. I liked her book- but it's definitely her voice and delivery that made this a stand out.
The story was much like other addicted actress stories- but well worth the listen.
This book made me laugh and cry (sometimes at the same time). Johnston was humorous insightful and moving. I thought it the book was going to be another tell all Hollywood book but it was so much more than that. The book details Johnston's struggles to get out of addiction and for self acceptance. She does this with great wit and humor. The book is relatable and has life lessons for everyone. I hope Ms Johnston writes more!