Confessions of an Heiress: A Tongue-in-Chic Peek Behind the Pose
"A lot of people seem to have the wrong idea about me. In fact, pretty much everything I read about myself is totally ridiculous.... I've finally decided to let the world know: Okay, I get it."
Paris Hilton has a lifestyle most girls dream about. Her name is on everyone's lips, but can she help it if she was born rich and privileged? Now, with a sly sense of humor and...more
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I consider Paris Hilton a genius in that she's managed to arise to super Pop Culture Stardom doing NOTHING. Which is why I traded a book for this book. I planned to figure out what shot her so far. In that sense I was disappointed. She's not as deep as I thought, she doesn't have a master secret, or secret genius (at least not revealed in this book).
I DID found out some interesting aspects of her ...more
If you enjoy people raving about how much of a princess they are and raving about how amazing their life is then I highly recommend this book ...more
I like Paris Hilton and thought his books was pretty good !
"Such an air-head", "Does she have any braincells", "God, she's just so dumb"... but is she? Is she really? I think it would take an absolute genius to make the entire world hate you while simultaneously make you mad money.
This book was strategically planned and produced to uphold Hilton's 20-something-year manifested image; a brainless blonde with too much money from mummy and daddy. Actually, her entire public life has been strategically planned so you buy that trashy magazin ...more
The writing lived up to my expectations. It was clearly written by a girl who isn't incredibly versed (or perhaps by her ghostwriters). However, I did find myself agreeing with minor quotes like, "Accept free stuff. If people want to give it to me, why shouldn't I take it?" and "When I see people in embarrassing situations, I never laugh at them be ...more
I could rant about wealth accumulation and privilege and entitlement and stupidity...but it's not worth my time. Anyway. This book is an exercise in narcissism.
She looks like Marie Antoinette; let's start a revolution.
I picked this up at some point in my mid-teens. I vividly remember the cover, for some reason. I mean, it basically defines the color pink (although... not the best shades, I have to point out). Can't remember the exact situation of how it came into my hands. I also recall reading one of Nicole Richie's books around that time, and I never owned or deliberately borrowed that either, so apparently they were doing a good job of at least ...more
I like Paris. I'm not a huge fan, I don't watch her (or anyone else for that matter) on t.v., and I'm not jealous of her. But I do like her. I think she gets a bad rap most of the time. Any one of us makes a sex tape and no one cares. She does it and the whole world looks on and has comments. It's, in a way, her fault the world is looking on yes, ...more
The girl obviously had a lot of help writing this book because there's no way she probably even knows which direction you read a book.
I couldn't stop laughing at the summary, "Can she help it that she was born rich or privileged." or filled with fabulous colored photo's of her. Of coure Paris thought this wouldn't be a book without pictures of herself.
This book ...more
but i have to admitted that some of her lines are true, and i can agree more, like:
1. always be more important then your cloth... it's always about you,not your cloth!
2. love the stilettos --stairway to hea ...more
She is best-known through the television series The Simple Life. She has appeared in several minor film roles, most notably in the horror film House of Wax in 2005. In 2004 she published a tongue-in-cheek autobiography. In 2006, she released her debut album Paris. Hilton's career pursuits include singing, mo ...more