Sunday Book Club – Inside Out, Demi Moore

Every Sunday we are taking a look at the world of books. I read a lot and always want to share my opinions on what I read, so I thought it would be fun to write reviews. Today we look at the autobiography of Demi Moore.

Inside Out (2019)

Demi Moore


Famed American actress Demi Moore at last tells her own story in a surprisingly intimate and emotionally charged memoir.

– from Waterstones

Positive Points

I went into this book not really knowing what the expect and what i was welcomed with was a really in depth, emotional and open book by Demi Moore. I didn’t really know that much about her until I read this and some of the stories are really shocking. It is a book that holds no prisoners and is very truthful and really allows you to gain an insight into her childhood, her divorce, addictions and much more.

Negative Points

I mean it is a book that is quite big so if you are looking for a short read then this is not the book for you. Also if you are a fan of Ashton Kutcher and don’t want that tarnished… probably avoid this book.

Overall Review

I only bought this book because it was 99p in the Kindle Store and I ended up finding the book incredibly engaging. I find with autobiographies it is either good read there is no in between and this was a very good read. There is so emotion in the book that it is hard to put down as you want to know more about what has happened.

Rating : **** 4 Stars

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