I understand why this is an 'unofficial biography'. Miranda Hart is talented in every way and she would not authorise something so badly written. The author has created a book full of factual inaccuracies, typing errors and endlessly repetitive information. The most bizarre of all is an over-excited reference to 'turn to the cover of this book' several times in relation to one of Miranda's catch phrases and, try as I might, I cannot see anything other than the title and the author's name on the cover - no catch phrase. Of course the copy-editor, proof-reader and publisher are all just as guilty - it takes a bad team to allow such a bad quality book to make it into print.
I am no expert on Miranda's life but an example of the type of obvious error is saying that Tom Ellis's character in 'Monday Monday' had an affair with Jenny Agutter's character - he did not - he had an affair with his female boss and Jenny Agutter was the secretary to another male boss.
Then there are the same quotes used over and over again in different contexts just to pad out the text and the melodramatic 'cliff-hanger' endings to the chapters which over-dramatise the very typical problems any up and coming actress or comedienne would face.
This book needs a sharp editing pencil and thorough proof read.
I very much look forward to the day Miranda Hart writes her autobiography - that will be a quality piece of work full of humour, insight and honesty just like everything else she does.