Being Jordan Paperback – 1 Jul 2005
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About the Author
Jordan found fame as a Page 3 girl and went on to become one of the country's favourite glamour girl, appearing on the cover of countless magazines. Her appearance on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here gave the world a glimpse of ordinary girl Katie Price. Her relationship with Peter Andre has attracted huge amounts of media attention and they plan to marry in the near future.
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The first half of the book was quite surprising in that she goes into detail about her adolescent life, her inspirations surrounding pursuing a career in (glamour) modelling, and the very personal story of her experiences with a paedophilic photographer during her pre-adolescent teenage years. This I applaud her for, as I expect it is not an easy feat to expose personal stories like these, and hopefully will inspire people in similar situations to tell their stories as well, or at least seek help from the proper authorities.
This, however, is where my applauding halts, as most of the following chapters focus on her (very) publicised relationships. Plus, while this is expected, Katie goes into a rant of berating her ex-lovers' penis sizes, sexual performance and extremely shallow expectations of what a man's body should be like in order to acquire the authority to `date' her. I felt particularly sorry for Gareth Gates, as whilst I don't doubt Katie's words are in essence the truth, she really doesn't put him in a good light towards the end.Read more ›
Why is it that people, Jordan herself included, try so hard to intellectualise the idea of 'Jordan'. It seems pretty straightforward to me. She's famous for wearing very little and selling intimate details of her tawdry little private life and the sexual performance of various minor 'celebrities' (Dane Bowers anyone?)
Pure cashing in on the "Get me out of here" media hype. Let's hope both her and Peter Andrea fall flat (well Katy couldn't) on their faces. It's a blatant ill thought out get rich quick scheme.
Reading this book has made me feel a certain rapport with her. I feel a mixture of happiness as she seems to have found great inner strenth through (ALL) the hard times she has been though (which is certainally more than the average person deals with!) but also sadness that her relationship with men consumes so much of her being.
Of course it's obvious how connected she is with her family; her passion for modeling and her love of horses...but I wanted to know what made her tick. Her thoughts and feelings on current issues, the world around her. Too much was dwelling on her past relationships. To be honest she should have in all rights, written the book, then burned it as good therapy. Ok, I must admit it amused me a little but I wanted to read a book about Katie Price, but I felt she was just trying to justify all the bad press she had got in the past with her 'character' Jordan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved this book on Jordan! She talks all about her life with her ups and and downs and the lengths she's had to go for being Jordan.Published 3 months ago by Mazza jones 1978
Bought this out of curiosity. Was actually very good and i read this whilst I was on holiday and I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sarahjc86
Very good read any one should read it could not put it down she had a life but good mumPublished 15 months ago by sharon mcbeth