An absolute embarrassment of a 'book' (if we can call it that). If someone wanted to see everything that is wrong with the world today, they should read it. But for no other reason.
Of course it was nasty, hypocritical and plain cruel, but I'm sure Jaiden sees all these as compliments. However, my biggest problem with it wasn't the amount he puts down people's appearances- particularly their weight- despite the fact he bleats on on Twitter about his own weight battle and how he is so against bullying. The main issue I have is that a book can be released with the number of spelling and grammatical errors in as this one. My class of 9 year olds have a better grasp of the English Language. From start to finish (if you get that far), there are errors on every page- from the incorrect your/you're, their/there and 'of' following would/should/could (Jaiden, if you are reading, for future reference it's "would have", you can abbreviate this to "would've"). The number of punctuation errors was laughable.
Perhaps if he spent more time learning how to write correctly and less time criticising others, he'd do much better in life.
There is no 'gossip' that you won't already know, just cruel jibes. Do yourself a favour and donate the money straight to charity.