The Truth About Diamonds, by Nicole Richie

Posted: November 9, 2012 in Fiction, Young Adults
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Nicole Richie wrote this book!  I read it in one day, doesn’t mean that it was that good, it was simple and fast going book. Who knew that Nicole Richie wrote a book? When I picked this book for reading, I didn’t expect much but it turned out to be a OK book  (only if you like lots of drama, melodrama I mean), you will find this book interesting if you are fascinated by the life of rich, celebrity kids.

It is a story about Nicole’s friend Chloe, who is a spoiled brat. She was adopted by a famous musician couples after they saw her dance when she was a child and fell in love with her. She has everything but she wants to get more fame. Like all other celebrity kids she wants to get into a TV show and get famous. She is a drug addict but her motives are not bad. She wants something more than rich, celebrity kid tag. Suddenly Chloe shoots to instant fame as a spokes model for a national ad campaign and slowly things changes around her. She is famous but really is that what she wanted? Who are her friends and enemies? Is it hard to differentiate them?

I gave 2 out of 5 to to this book. I wanted to give 3 but I couldn’t, this story is so predictable even a child can predict the ending. In good reads I saw this book listed under a group called-”Who Let These People Write A Book” 🙂

Some of the books I found in this group:

  • First step to forever by Justine Bieber
  • A shore thing by Snooki
  • Miles to go by Miley Cyrus
  • Confession of a Heiress by Paris Hilton
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