I remember reading a story about Mel B in a trash mag I found on holidays over the new year, I was thinking this story can't be true! So when I saw this book, I though I was going to be in for a wild ride. I couldn't get past the first two chapters, it was difficult to read not in a "omg kind of way" but in a poorly written way. Im not sure how a celeb book works, but I assume the celeb writes a brief, its sent to a ghost writer and then edited?!? Its like they just printed the brief and not worried about editing the story. It was choppy, hysterical sounding, i'm reading thinking she was nuts and the story didn't explain why soon enough - I didn't know what was going on, I couldn't handle it any more and moved on the my next book.. I don't like giving not great reviews, but if your a chick on a tight budget, there are better bio's to spend your cash on, I probably would give this one a miss unless you are a huge Mel B fan.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It flowed very well. As the title suggest, it's Brutally Honest. From seeing and hearing Mel on the tv, to reading about her vulnerability shows that you cannot assume what goes on in someone's private life.