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Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries Hardcover – November 15, 2016
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"Andy Cohen isn't afraid to talk about anything in his life....the TV exec-turned-talk show host still manages to bring new meaning to the words "tell-all"....Superficial serves up an irresistible inside look at his glamorous, celebrity-packed life." ―People
“[A] gleefully name-dropping book”―W Magazine
“Andy Cohen doesn't hold back….[he] promised his third autobiographical book would be 'bigger, better and dishier.' True that….entries offer fabulous snippets from Cohen’s fabulous life”―NY Daily News
“His books are so funny, and he is one of the few authors who really make me laugh out loud.”―Anderson cooper, for Architectural Digest
"Remember that time you bought a pint of chocolate-chip ice cream, and you said you were just going to take a couple of bites, and then you ate the whole thing?...Yeah, that’s what reading Andy Cohen’s third book is like. It’s tasty and hard to put down"―Booklist
About the Author
Andy Cohen is the host and executive producer of Watch What Happens: Live. He is the executive producer of The Real Housewives franchise and hosts Bravo's highly rated reunion specials. He tours nationally with Anderson Cooper on AC2, hosts Then & Now with Andy Cohen on Bravo and Radio Andy on Sirius XM. He has won an Emmy and two Peabody Awards for his work. The author of two New York Times bestsellers, Most Talkative and The Andy Cohen Diaries, he lives in New York City with his dog, Wacha.
Top customer reviews
This book was difficult to decipher. He talks about people I guess his readers are supposed to know. I had to Google each name and his relationship to them. Finally I found a chart that explains some of these names.
It might be a generational thing. (He was born during my Junior Prom.) I was distressed by his disloyalty to friends and associates. Are celebrities bothered by their fans? Also, in this book I don't think the man breathes. I got dizzy trying to follow his daily routine. Breakfast here. Brunch next. Lunch at trendy restaurant. Gym next. Dinner, meeting, massage.
He becomes involved with a bright young man 20 years his junior. I was left wondering if he was going marry him or adopt him.
It's basically a dizzy read. You sort of live vicariously through him, but slow down. I do admire his relationship with Wacha. Rescuing him does give him extra points.
I kept expecting tales of fun escapades or crazy housewives adventures. Doesn't happen. It's a daily diary of who he saw & where - but nothing salacious like I thought. It's good if you enjoy Bravo & Andy but it's not everything I expected. I wanted so badly to love, but came away with like.