- Hardcover: 256 pages
- Publisher: Gallery Books (27 October 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 150111011X
- ISBN-13: 978-1501110115
- Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 2.5 x 23.2 cm
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,65,332 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
How to Be a Bad Bitch Hardcover – 27 Oct 2015
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About the Author
Amber Rose is a renowned model, actress, entrepreneur, and pop culture maven who rose from the tough Philly streets to glamorous Hollywood avenues. Now, Amber consistently commands the screen, stage, camera, and runway with her “bad bitch” attitude and powerful lifestyle. Amber has been featured in numerous fashion magazines including Complex, Elle, Vibe, Grazia, Gotham, and more. Amber has appeared in national advertising campaigns and commercials. She lives in Southern California with her son, Sebastian.
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Upon initially ordering the book, I was excited to hear autobiographical details of Amber's life - as well as her genuine advice on various topics. Most of the book is honestly unreadable. Although I obviously wasn't expecting the writing prowess of Steinbeck, it's written so badly that I feel like I'm reading one of my angsty diary entries from when I was in middle school. Also, the entire thing is triple-spaced and interspersed with blown-up iPhone selfies of Amber - stretching out one page of material into five pages.
Additionally, the "advice" (if you can call it that) is awful. Amber is rarely honest in the book - she spends every other sentence telling the reader to "love themselves" and "be themselves" - the type of advice you've heard for years. It's hardly revolutionary - which is extremely disappointing - as Amber prides herself on blazing the travels for embracement of female sexuality. I wanted to hear her true and honest thoughts on this subject - and instead, we get some ghost-written cookie-cutter mantra that hardly pushes a PG rating.
If you want an extremely large (and heavy) book filled with mediocre and pixelated iPhone photos of Amber interspersed with extremely vague feel-good compliments, then this is for you. If not, I can safely say you will be fine giving this a miss.