©2009 Joan Rivers and Larry A. Thompson; (P)2009 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
I've listened to it a little over two times. Joan is--was :(--super entertaining, so the information that IS delivered is that much easier to remember and understand.
She's got some of her stand-up style in it. It's funny. I've listened to it when I was down in the dumps--partly because I've been thinking about having some work done and I get down about how unsupportive some of my friends can be--and it's helped me turn my mood around. She makes me laugh, and maybe she'll do the same for you.
Her suggestions about how to find the right doctor. She's really made me get to the point where I'll spend the extra money, just to make sure that I'm working with a doctor who I feel totally good about.
I want more in-depth information about the particular procedures I'm interested in. Sometimes I'm disappointed with how superficial some of the descriptions are. But overall, Joan's given me a great introduction into becoming a consumer of plastic surgery and/or cosmetic procedure.
This is not a book of jokes. Joan Rivers speaks frankly and technically about every kind of cosmetic surgery one can imagine. Her information is well-researched and thorough.
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