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Going Off Script by Giuliana Rancic

Going Off Script

I could not wait for this book to come out and I ordered it right after it’s release date last month.  I’ve loved Giuliana Rancic since I watched her wedding special in 2007.  I find her to be so refreshing and hilarious!

I was a little worried that Going Off Script would be too full of Hollywood fluff and it would ruin my opinion of her but instead it did the opposite.  She touched on some serious subjects (like her battles with infertility and cancer) and it made me like her even more.  I cried during certain chapters and I laughed hysterically during others.  

I adored the tales of her childhood in Italy and of her rebellious teenage years in America.  Her stories are so self-deprecating and funny and she shares so many details that make her look ridiculous.  It feels like less of a memoir and more a girlfriend telling you about her life.  I couldn’t put it down.

VERDICT:  I highly recommend Going Off Script by Giuliana Rancic.

What should I read next?  Any suggestions?