Jason Priestley's memoir is a fun, quick read. As a Vancouverite I wished he'd gone into more detail of his early years in Hollywood North, as it was really taking off in the late '80s...also that he'd described his transition to director more. It may be short on detail there, but what it does well is describe the challenges fame can bring in many aspects of an actor's life. It's not always pretty.
if you want to know all the people he knows and how he spends all his money and a few good tidbits about behind the scenes...this book is for you. If your hoping for a deeper emotional book..no
I was a fan of 90120 and who didn't have a little crush on Brandon Walsh growing up. I enjoyed the book it was interesting to see how he got his big break. some of the chapters are short just a couple pages but it didnt bother me.
I truly enjoyed reading this book. The short chapters didn't bother me.
I was a big fan of this show in the 90s. Fans of this show and especially those from Vancouver will probably like this book. You can really hear his voice come from the pages. And the reference to BC postal codes as titles in most chapters is like an inside joke for British Columbians.
I had no idea he knew so many famous stars. I also think it's funny that he was such a partier and a bit of a trouble magnet but doesn't see that is what led to a crazy lifestyle almost killing him.
This book is kind of written for a Tiger Beat reader... The chapters are so short that sometimes they're only two pages! I wish he would have gone into more detail about his relationships with his 90210 stars as at times he is downright vague...and that's pretty much why people want to read this book... So that was disappointing.
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