- Mass Market Paperback: 448 pages
- Publisher: Arrow (9 April 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0099510227
- ISBN-13: 978-0099510222
- Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 2.5 x 17.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 561,459 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Angel Uncovered Mass Market Paperback – 9 Apr 2009
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"Glam, glitz, gorgeous people... so Jordan!" (Woman)
"A real insight into the celebrity world" (OK!)
"Brilliantly bitchy" (New!)
"Celebrity fans, want the perfect night in? Flick back those hair extensions, pull on the Juicy Couture trackie, then join Angel on her rocky ride to WAG central" (Scottish Daily)
"With plenty of twists and turns, this is perfect for the beach" (Mirror)
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Top Customer Reviews
So definitely worth a read but to be honest, it's almost like reading her autobiography all over again. And I just think it makes Katie Price look a little pathetic.
The plot is a bit slow to begin with and i found the post-natal depression stuff a little repetitive, but it eventually picked up steam and the many twists and turns kept me guessing until the end. And what a shock ending! It did seem a little rushed, and it left a lot of unanswered questions, but i enjoyed it nonetheless. I even went back and read the last page again as i was so taken aback, still not sure how i feel about it.
Quite obvious that Angel had been based on Katie herself. I just hope that there is a book to follow Angel Uncovered where we see Cal given another chance, as some of his behaviour in this seemed a little out of character from the previous book, although still credible.
If you want a quick and easy read with plenty of celebrities, drama, bitching and scandal then give this a try. If you don't like the WAG lifestyle then don't bother.
Having said that, I'll still be buying 'Saphire' when it comes out.
NB: I really wish people who haven't read the book wouldn't leave reviews. You don't have any idea what the book is like and slag it off because of who it is written by, which I find slightly pathetic. If you don't want to read it that's fine. There are plenty of other books to choose from.
The book itself however was very iddylic and Katie Price. You can just imagine it's her life, she's embeded personal touches aswell. I watched her series 'Katie' recently and her hairdresser Gary fits the character of Jez and her best friend (A make-up artist) fits the bill of Gemma. The post natal depression bit did drag on lots, I agree with other reviews that you will moan 'Not again!' It did almost imply that she was begging for sympathy. Women can relate to the character of Angel, slightly. But, Angel started out as a natural, innocent girl and the career she went into implied that false is best. Did imply vanity a lot.
Katie Price cottoned on to this way of selling stories that she did not write.
It is unbelievable that she makes money out of this.
The book sadly for the ghost writer is absolute rubbish.
It puts pay to the saying 'There is one born a minute'-fools I mean.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I cannot get enough of these books! My favourite of all time. When you're reading it, you feel like you're I'm the story with her and living her life with her!Published 13 months ago by Alyssa B.
Wow, great book. Didn't see some of it coming. I what to know what happens after though.Published 13 months ago by Ellie
Easy to read, fun for something that doesn't make you have to think !! Great poolside read on holiday xPublished 15 months ago by natasha gattiker