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Knew when I bought this book there might be some exaggeration but some reality mixed into this book. I enjoyed all of it. Take what you want from fact and fiction. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Mary C. Campbell
You know, if you just let Oprah be Oprah, it's really hard to like her. This book makes it easier to dislike her.Published 3 months ago by Stephen Daly
Reads like a bad Jackie Collins novel. Ms Kelley's passive aggressive distaste for Oprah is hidden behind fake praise constantly followed by negative quotes about Oprah from people... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susanna Lo
Total gossip column information. I don't know that I believed it all. I thought it was damning information about a very successful woman who has made it to the top in public... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mariana Kramer