Booky Wook 2

Booky Wook 2

This Time It's Personal

Book - 2010
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Follows the now sober but still scandalous, sex-fueled star on his electrifying rise to international fame.
Publisher: New York : It Books, c2010
ISBN: 9780061958076
Branch Call Number: 792.76 BRA
Characteristics: 311 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm


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briar_rose Mar 03, 2013

Definitely not as good as the first one. Skimmed some parts since I thought they were boring. Felt bad reading about the Katy Perry parts knowing that they wouldn't make it.

polar_bear Jan 19, 2012

A difficult book to evaluate. The earlier one started with a chapter entering rehab for sex addicts, then never really mentioned the issue again. This book seems to be all about sex addiction ... or maybe it's about success and sex addiction. Then Katy Perry entered the scene, and I already knew how that had come out.

Meanwhile our boy Russell makes passing references to yoga, vegetarianism, transcendental meditation, and other issues that seem totally at odds with the boorish character he presents. Obviously a lot goes unsaid, and one realizes that he's only really comfortable when he presents his persona, not his real person.

Entertaining in places, but in others there's too many details, and it just becomes uncomfortable.

Oct 29, 2011

I didn't really read . Just sort of skimmed through. It just reminded me too much of Olivia Munn's " Suck it Wonder Woman" 10/28/11 @ 4p

emerald2pac Oct 23, 2011

Good and funny but not as good as the 1st one.

debwalker Dec 20, 2010

Comedian and actor's story - a poor kid overwhelmed by success and the gifts it brings - celebrity, fawning fans, drugs and sex. Especially sex.


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Oct 29, 2011

More Brand humor......Much like Olivia Munn's.....Hey maybe they should get together.

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