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-- Naomi Campbell
I didn't purchase this book because I'm no fan of Paris Hilton.
Paris Hilton is exactly what I thought she was, a spoiled little daddy's girl who thinks everyone should be like her, and it shows through in this book.
All of the people who passionately hate this girl should just ignore her, as she gets a bigger ego with any attention she gets, good or bad.
I picked this book up at a thrift shop, because after paging through it, I thought it would be interesting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by K100
This book is exactly what you'd expect Paris Hilton to write. It sounds exactly like her steriotypical ditzy persona, as she admits to having tons of great-looking boyfriends who... Read morePublished 2 months ago by TheMysteriousGopher
If you are a fan of Paris I do recommend this book. It is a very "cute" book. Lots of pics of Paris and her friends. A light read. Purly for entertainment.Published 6 months ago by shea
Not gonna lie... I seen the cover then I had to buy it. I've always loved Paris Hilton. From the start. Anyway, this book not only talks about her life but she gives advice. Read morePublished 8 months ago by HarlowDeen
I decided to get this book from the library because I thought it would be interesting and I wanted to give Paris the benefit of the doubt. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Brandi Klos-Odell
A great life lesson book!
I learned a lot of her! :)
You should buy it! :)
My copy came in great conditions
I bought this a few years ago, so the book is a bit dated.
A lot of pictures and fun facts about Paris Hilton.
I would only recommend this if you are a fan of hers.
I bought the Paris Hilton book : ] for 2 bucks and it was brand new. Thank you so much!Published on March 2, 2011 by berkeleygirl
C'mon guys, your bad reviews are about Paris Hilton's character, not this book. The book itself is silly, campy and fun, although it is not very interesting. Read morePublished on January 8, 2011 by C. Hinant