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What I loved about this book is that the struggles she overcame were seemingly simple. No deep tragedies; just a positive outlook when something goes wrong. However, learning about being adopted and NOT wanting to locate her real Mom was incredibly powerful; especially her reasoning. It is about appreciating what you do have rather than looking for more. Her stable, middle-America upbringing with hard-core values blended with a dose of reality made for wonderful reading. Additionally, it was a wonderful insights into the theatre, TV and movie world. It is not all glamour and fun; it is hard work.
This book was not what I had hoped. I so thoroughly enjoyed Kristen in Wicked that I hoped her book would be as entertaining. It was disappointing. She talked about her life and the roles she got, didn't get, etc. Was not at all the 'spiritual' book or life I thought it would be.
If you love Chenoweth, you'll enjoy this book. Otherwise skip it. Filled with gimmicks, probably ghost written, it tries too hard to be funny.
An upbeat refreshing autobiography of a very talented and nice person. I had the pleasure of meeting her prior to listening to this book, and I can tell that this book was an accurate self-portrayal of this star.
This was a fun autobiography. Kristen is the author and the narrator. She is really cool. Total downhome charm. Her voice and manner of talking was very southern & funny. She is a hoot. I really enjoyed listening to this book. I was bummed when it was over. I didn't know anything about her when I got this book. Now, I find her so interesting that I am going to rent some of her old movies / tv series. Definitely an enjoyable listen!!
Kristin Chenoweth is an award-winning musical theatre performer, opera singer, television and film actress, and an exclusively signed Sony Masterworks recording artists. Visit www.kristin-chenoweth.com for more information on Kristin and her recordings: "A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas", "Let Yourself Go" and "As I Am".