Inside Out by Demi Moore (5 out of 5)

This turned out to be a better memoir than I thought. I just had to read it. Not only do I think they were too tough on her for “shaming” her ex husband for his infidelities, but I find it highly ironic that a lot of the outlets reporting that outrage are the very same tabloids that made her life hell back when she was married to Bruce Willis. Despite all this, there are two sides to every story. There is the ex, and then there is Demi’s side.

The book is out now and no doubt will be hitting the bestseller list in the next few weeks. It didn’t take long to get into it and read it. It’s equally hard to pinpoint why I found it so refreshing. I think her candor, ability to laugh at herself, and yet remain realistic about all the sadness that she has gone through was unexpected and added a layer of tough vulnerability which added to the appeal of her story. I enjoyed reading about her rough childhood from her, and not from the trashy tabloids. You can tell she has worked hard to maintain some equilibrium in her life, and it shows. Definitely worth a read.

~ by generationgbooks on October 3, 2019.

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