Published in 2004, the book is outdated - many of the celebrities "exposed" are dead or have "fulfilled" the expectations of the writers. At first the book was entertaining - then it got mean. I ended up skim reading the last half, especially the parts about AOL (!) and cyber cafes. While much of this information is probably true, unlike the Enquirer, the content never justified the authors' apparent disgust with everything Hollywood. And what was with the constant reference to "the heterosexual Tom Cruise"????!!!! (Never just Tom Cruise.)
Still a relevant book. If all "dated" books were irrelevant, there wouldn't be much to read...
This might have actually been interesting when it was first published (back in 2004) but it is hopelessly dated now. Don't bother.
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