In her memoir “Open Book,” Jessica Simpson tells the story of her life, from growing up in Texas to becoming a pop star and fashion icon. She opens up about everything from her famous ex-boyfriends (Nick Lachey, John Mayer) to giving birth to two children. With humor and honesty, she shares never-before-told stories about her family, career, and personal journey.
For who is this book for ?
Open Book is for the reader who wants to know everything about Jessica Simpson – her life, loves, and losses. It’s an entertaining and heartfelt memoir that sheds light on one of America’s favorite celebrities.
- Family stories never before told
- The author is only famous because of her ex-boyfriends and her appearance on a reality TV show.
- The book is poorly written and does not provide much insight into the author’s life.
- It reads like a self-promoting magazine article rather than an honest memoir.
Learn more about the author
Jessica Simpson is a singer, actress, and fashion designer who first rose to fame as a contestant on the reality show “The Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica.” Since then, she has released several albums, starred in her own TV series “Newlyweds,” and launched her own line of clothing and accessories. She is also the mother of two children with ex-husband Nick Lachey.
“Open Book is an intimate look at the life of Jessica Simpson written in her own words. It’s honest, candid and oftentimes hilarious tale that makes for a great read.”
“Open Book is an enjoyable, easy read. Jessica Simpson tells her story with humor and honesty, which makes for an interesting tale. I highly recommend this book to any fans of hers.”
“Jessica Simpson is one of the most relatable celebrities out there and in Open Book, she proves it. This story is honest, funny, heartwarming, and inspiring – everything you would expect from Jess and more. I feel like I know her better after reading this book and that’s just what Jessica wanted.”
“I really enjoyed reading Jessica Simpson’s memoir. She is incredibly honest and open about her life, and I found myself laughing out loud at some of her stories. Her writing is very down-to-earth, which makes for a relatable read. If you’re looking for an entertaining autobiography that doesn’t take itself too seriously, then I recommend picking up a copy of “