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Guts by Kristen Johnston
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Jun 09, 2012

really liked it
Read in June, 2012

This is my second book in my summer biography series, and it was a vast improvement over the last one (Sammy Hagar's Red). The main focus of this book was Kristen's drug and alcohol addiction that ended with her guts literally splitting open, ultimately forcing her to re-examine her life. This was really well-written and easy to read, like you were just chatting with her as a friend. I've never been a huge fan of Kristen's, but we did watch 3rd Rock from the Sun for a while, and really enjoyed her character. It was enlightening to read this book and find out what she was going through at that time and how sudden fame affected her. After hiding her addictions for so many years, the story she tells in the book is very honest and revealing.

This was short and sweet and to the point, and I would definitely recommend it.

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