It's no secret that I'm a bit of a Kardashian addict. What can I say, I am kinda jealous I wasn't born a Kardashian.
Unsure of when it would hit the stores here in Australia, I quickly visited The Book Depository to order myself a copy and then waited, (rather impatiently) for it to show up on my doorstep.
I was overly excited when it finally arrived in my hot little hands, and waited for Pacman to take a nap so I could have a good read through it.
The book is divided into eighteen chapters. They talk about their dad, being a celebrity (although, they say they don't like to call themselves 'famous' but rather 'recognizable'), tales from growing up and of course, fashion. Plus a whole lot about work, boys, their family and a whole lot more - we all know those girls love to talk ! It also includes lots of family photos, aswell as birthday cards and notes (which I think is a really cute touch).
The writing itself isn't that great. In fact, the girls write the same way they talk (to quote a bit from Kourtney; "I was like, seriously ?"). While it did bother me slightly, it did give the book a more 'personal' feel. There are also quite a few 'conversations' between the three sisters throughout which are fairly entertaining.
One thing I noticed was that there were a lot of photos of Kim on her own. A lot more than the other girls.
Overall, it was very entertaining. In fact, last night I sat in bed and re-read some of my favourite bits and looked at the photos again.
So if you are a big Kardashian fan, it is definitely worth the purchase. Plus, the pretty pink cover will look fabulous on any bookshelf.
The Girl in Red Heels. Xo