Hooked is a memoir by Sutton Foster that tells the story of her struggle with alcoholism and how crafting saved her life. Foster recounts how, in the wake of several personal tragedies, she turned to alcohol for solace only to find herself spiraling further and further down into addiction. It wasn’t until she discovered fiber arts that she was finally able to break free from her demons and get her life back on track. Hooked is an inspiring tale of one woman’s fight against adversity and how the power of creativity can help us all overcome our darkest moments.
For who is this book for ?
This book is perfect for anyone who enjoys reading memoirs, especially those with a home and garden interest. Foster’s story is both moving and inspiring, and it will leave you feeling motivated to follow your own dreams no matter what life throws at you.
- Sutton Foster is a very talented actress and her story is interesting
- The book talks about addiction which is a problem that many people face
- It’s a memoir which means it’s based on true events
- The author’s story may be inspiring, but the writing is dry and unengaging.
- The book reads like a self-help guide rather than a memoir.
- Foster tends to repeat herself throughout the narrative.
Learn more about the author
Sutton Foster is an actress, singer and dancer who has starred in Broadway productions such as Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Drowsy Chaperone, Anything Goes and Shrek the Musical. She won a Tony Award for her performance in Anything Goes and was also nominated for a Grammy Award for her album Take Me to the World. Hooked is her first book.
“Hooked is a beautifully written and powerful memoir that will stay with you long after you finish reading it. Sutton Foster’s story of overcoming addiction is one that will both inspire and touch your heart. If you’re looking for an emotional, transformative read, then Hooked is definitely the book for you.”
“Sutton’s story is one of hope, healing and reclaiming your life. If you are touched by addiction or know someone who is, her story will offer insight and comfort.”
“Sutton Foster’s memoir is powerful and inspiring. She tells the story of her struggles with addiction and how crafting saved her life. This book is a must-read for anyone who has ever battled addiction or depression.”
“An inspiring story of one woman’s fight against adversity and how the power of creativity can help us all overcome our darkest moments.”