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"My life was a complete mess, and God bless all of it. Because it's in the messes where we learn the most--as long as we slow down enough to realize what God is trying to show us." Suddenly in the spotlight, twenty-four-year-old Hannah Brown realized that she wasn't sure what she wanted. After years of competing in beauty pageants, and then starring on The Bachelorette and "My life was a complete mess, and God bless all of it. Because it's in the messes where we learn the most--as long as we slow down enough to realize what God is trying to show us." Suddenly in the spotlight, twenty-four-year-old Hannah Brown realized that she wasn't sure what she wanted. After years of competing in beauty pageants, and then starring on The Bachelorette and Dancing with the Stars, she had become incredibly visible. There she was, in her early twenties, with millions around the world examining and weighing in on her every decision. She found herself wondering what it would mean to live on her terms. What it would mean to stop seeking approval from others and decide--for the first time--what it was she wanted from her own life. An honest and earnest examination of her own mid-twenties, God Bless This Mess is a memoir that doesn't claim to have all the answers. Hannah knows she doesn't have all the answers. What she does have is the insight of someone who has spent critical years of her youth under public scrutiny. Thus what emerges is a quarter-life memoir that speaks to the set of difficulties young women face, and how to move through them with grace. By pushing against her engrained need to seek approval, and learning how to think critically about her own goals and desires, Hannah inspires others to do the same - and to embrace the messiness that comes hand-in-hand with self-discovery (even it that sometimes means falling flat on your face). Using her time on The Bachelorette as a launching pad, Hannah doesn't shy away from the most painful experiences of her life: moments when her faith was tested, when she feared it was lost, and the moments when she reclaimed it on national television. "And Jesus still loves me." Fans will be inspired by the never-before-told stories: the ones about facing depression and anxiety during her pageant years, the ways in which therapy and journaling have proven to be a saving grace, and the previously private moments - both at home and on television - that have shaped the star's outlook. Honest and emotionally urgent, God Bless This Mess is a reminder that true growth doesn't come without strife--and it's through those dark, messy moments that self-acceptance and love can bloom.


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"My life was a complete mess, and God bless all of it. Because it's in the messes where we learn the most--as long as we slow down enough to realize what God is trying to show us." Suddenly in the spotlight, twenty-four-year-old Hannah Brown realized that she wasn't sure what she wanted. After years of competing in beauty pageants, and then starring on The Bachelorette and "My life was a complete mess, and God bless all of it. Because it's in the messes where we learn the most--as long as we slow down enough to realize what God is trying to show us." Suddenly in the spotlight, twenty-four-year-old Hannah Brown realized that she wasn't sure what she wanted. After years of competing in beauty pageants, and then starring on The Bachelorette and Dancing with the Stars, she had become incredibly visible. There she was, in her early twenties, with millions around the world examining and weighing in on her every decision. She found herself wondering what it would mean to live on her terms. What it would mean to stop seeking approval from others and decide--for the first time--what it was she wanted from her own life. An honest and earnest examination of her own mid-twenties, God Bless This Mess is a memoir that doesn't claim to have all the answers. Hannah knows she doesn't have all the answers. What she does have is the insight of someone who has spent critical years of her youth under public scrutiny. Thus what emerges is a quarter-life memoir that speaks to the set of difficulties young women face, and how to move through them with grace. By pushing against her engrained need to seek approval, and learning how to think critically about her own goals and desires, Hannah inspires others to do the same - and to embrace the messiness that comes hand-in-hand with self-discovery (even it that sometimes means falling flat on your face). Using her time on The Bachelorette as a launching pad, Hannah doesn't shy away from the most painful experiences of her life: moments when her faith was tested, when she feared it was lost, and the moments when she reclaimed it on national television. "And Jesus still loves me." Fans will be inspired by the never-before-told stories: the ones about facing depression and anxiety during her pageant years, the ways in which therapy and journaling have proven to be a saving grace, and the previously private moments - both at home and on television - that have shaped the star's outlook. Honest and emotionally urgent, God Bless This Mess is a reminder that true growth doesn't come without strife--and it's through those dark, messy moments that self-acceptance and love can bloom.

30 review for God Bless This Mess: Learning to Live and Love Through Life's Best (and Worst) Moments

  1. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    I came for the tea & all I got was…Jesus

  2. 5 out of 5

    Allison Riding

    2.5ish — not enough tea and boring ghostwriter :/

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kelly (Simply Kelina) C.

    This is not going to be for everyone, but I am a huge fan of Hannah Brown so I was excited to read this. I also like that she is the narrator for the audiobook. I liked learning a little more about her when she was younger. The stories around her family were heartbreaking. I did not know some of what happened to her Aunt and cousins when she was little. I really have not watched the Bachelor series the last few years, but I liked hearing a little behind the scenes from her seasons. Yes, there was This is not going to be for everyone, but I am a huge fan of Hannah Brown so I was excited to read this. I also like that she is the narrator for the audiobook. I liked learning a little more about her when she was younger. The stories around her family were heartbreaking. I did not know some of what happened to her Aunt and cousins when she was little. I really have not watched the Bachelor series the last few years, but I liked hearing a little behind the scenes from her seasons. Yes, there was some fun stories and some “tea”, but do not expect the whole book to be around this. It is around Hannah herself and this was one stepping stone in her journey. It is not the main focus of the book. I found almost everything talked about was used was talked about for the pre-lease of the book. Hannah has always been open around her faith, and she does talk a lot around that throughout the book. I appreciated that she stayed true to herself and left all of that in. Some of the body image issues, acne, and other stuff has been talked about on her YouTube channel. Other stuff was new. I enjoyed the balance of both for those of us who already follow her on social media. I was surprised that she did not talk about Adam at all. I am not sure if she wrote this prior to their relationship, but I would have liked to hear a little more around that. Overall, I enjoyed this for what it is.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Haylie DeForrest

    So good! Read in a day practically😂 if you like bachelor nation drama, I would recommend reading! I also just love how real and authentic Hannah is!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Caitlyn Browning

    This felt too much like I was reading a high school journal. She’s gone through some crap in life which is sad and I feel for her, but she majorly plays the victim in life. She also just about outed anyone who’s done something to her in life that she didn’t like and I don’t think it was very tastefully done either. I honestly feel embarrassed that I even read this book I’m not a big fan of Hannah, or even the bachelor franchise anymore.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marisa

    Listened to this novel and it introduced me to a different side of Hannah Brown. I had some preconceived thoughts of her because of her beauty, her persona on tv. But there is more to her. The trauma and tragedies from her childhood, the broken hearts she had growing up and her openness made me want to be her friend Hannah thanks for sharing

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    🦁 Hannah Beast gets a Roaring 5 ⭐️ Don’t know why I’m calling her that? You’ll have to watch Colton’s season of the Bachelor. “...That’s what I want to do with this book, to give you a hurt-so-good experience that allows your own soreness & pain to go away for a while & maybe make you feel a little bit better about yourself while we do it.” If there is one thing that Hannah does in this book is keep it 100% real; I can’t imagine much that she shies away from. She even throws her own insecurities at 🦁 Hannah Beast gets a Roaring 5 ⭐️ Don’t know why I’m calling her that? You’ll have to watch Colton’s season of the Bachelor. “...That’s what I want to do with this book, to give you a hurt-so-good experience that allows your own soreness & pain to go away for a while & maybe make you feel a little bit better about yourself while we do it.” If there is one thing that Hannah does in this book is keep it 100% real; I can’t imagine much that she shies away from. She even throws her own insecurities at us, to let us know she’s a human being too; not just TV star. I’m re-watching Colton’s season now after this tell-all & seeing things that I typically wouldn’t notice, like acne, her wardrobe; her belly button (yes, she goes there). Those dimples that we all think are adorable, have always made her feel like there was something wrong with her. “My friends didn’t have big, squishy indents on their faces...my dimples made me different & I did not see that as a good thing.” Hannah goes into great detail of what makes her who she is today & includes everything from a graphic family tragedy & her surviving childhood cancer to understanding her brother’s behavior problems & overcoming the need to be perfect all of the time. At times there was so much turmoil surrounding her family, she felt that maybe doing everything right would make it better. But, it was just a coping mechanism. “Why was I so exhausted? Because I was performing all day.” “I’m painfully aware now that my smile..rarely stopped being my mask, a weapon; a shield.” She takes the reader through competing in beauty pageants & yes of course her experiences on The Bachelor & as The Bachelorette. But also dives into so much more than you’d ever expect! This girl has depth! “The thing that came to me when I was 10 is that I wanted to do something BIG.” You did it girl. 🎧 Listen on audio, but buy the physical for the pictures! 💭Do you enjoy Reality TV? 🤦🏻‍♀️ I’m hopelessly addicted! 💭 On Colton’s season who were you rooting for? 🤦🏻‍♀️ Sorry Hannah, but Caelynn (her rival.) 💭 On Hannah’s season were you #teamjed #teamtyler or #teampeter ? 🔥Team Peter🔥 Talk Bachelor to me in the comments !

  8. 5 out of 5

    The Story Girl

    This book was not it. It was rather poorly written, even with a ghostwriter, and I'm one who generally enjoys almost any type of memoir. Hannah Brown clearly doesn't have much to say, and I also don't like what she stands for (or rather, doesn't stand for). She pretended to be all about Black Lives Matter after she took a small hit to her reputation last year, but after a couple of weeks, it was back to all things blonde and southern Baptist type of Christian. And I see no point in supporting so This book was not it. It was rather poorly written, even with a ghostwriter, and I'm one who generally enjoys almost any type of memoir. Hannah Brown clearly doesn't have much to say, and I also don't like what she stands for (or rather, doesn't stand for). She pretended to be all about Black Lives Matter after she took a small hit to her reputation last year, but after a couple of weeks, it was back to all things blonde and southern Baptist type of Christian. And I see no point in supporting someone with my money who doesn't care about people who are different than her.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cassidy

    a truly horrible book that I can’t give a lower rating too because it’s my fault for reading the book written by a reality tv star. it’s mostly jesus and growing up in the south — the gossip was good but simply not enough. still, hannah brown could write normal people but sally rooney could NOT write god bless this mess.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rachel | rachelturnsthepage

    want a relatable memoir with a side of bachelor tea? this it it!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader

    Such a refreshing read. I was not Brown's number one fan after watching her on the dating shows. But after reading God Bless this Hot Mess I have fallen in life with her. Her honesty and her opening her heart and pouring all out to us in this book, I have to say she is one girl I would love to spend time with. I am hoping that one day soon we will hear she has found her soul mate and that she finds her happy every after. this is a book all young girls should read. No one is perfect and they all Such a refreshing read. I was not Brown's number one fan after watching her on the dating shows. But after reading God Bless this Hot Mess I have fallen in life with her. Her honesty and her opening her heart and pouring all out to us in this book, I have to say she is one girl I would love to spend time with. I am hoping that one day soon we will hear she has found her soul mate and that she finds her happy every after. this is a book all young girls should read. No one is perfect and they all need to hear Brown's story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    I’m always weary on bachelor star books but I was always a fan of Hannah and this book really dug into so much more of her than I would have ever known. We all knew she was a pageant girl when she starred on the shows - but we had no idea of the mental and physical health struggles she was going through, long before pageants and long before the Bachelor world. Reading about the childhood trauma she has always carried with her from her aunt and two YOUNG cousins being murdered in their own home w I’m always weary on bachelor star books but I was always a fan of Hannah and this book really dug into so much more of her than I would have ever known. We all knew she was a pageant girl when she starred on the shows - but we had no idea of the mental and physical health struggles she was going through, long before pageants and long before the Bachelor world. Reading about the childhood trauma she has always carried with her from her aunt and two YOUNG cousins being murdered in their own home was absolutely heartbreaking to read. I never knew that at 11 years old she had pancreatic cancer - one of the deadliest types of cancer there are. I mostly was just so impressed with the way she spoke about mental health and was so honest about reasons for feeling certain ways and her struggles even after the shows. I’m not religious but she talks about her relationship with religion quite a bit, and while I can’t relate to it I understood. Definitely recommend to anyone who is feeling really stuck in a hard time or just fans of Hannah in general.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alex Gerling

    I listened to this embarrassingly quick during my quarantine. loved the bachelor drama and gossip.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marissa Murray

    2.5/3 Better than I expected it to be actually. Hannah was dealt a tough hand and I enjoyed getting to learn a little bit more about her and obvi the bachelorette tea. The writing was pretty cringey tho

  15. 5 out of 5

    Savannah Summers

    This one is complicated for me to rate, and here I am once again asking Goodreads for half-scores. Content: 3.5-4 Gossip: 4.5 Memorability: 3 Love for Hannah despite her messiness: 4.5 Y'all know I love a Bachelor-related book because I can't get enough of people who go on TV for "love" or endorsements or whatever they say they're looking for. I think Hannah is the most entertaining and relatable Bachelorette there is, and things really haven't been good since her season. No, I don't condone all of This one is complicated for me to rate, and here I am once again asking Goodreads for half-scores. Content: 3.5-4 Gossip: 4.5 Memorability: 3 Love for Hannah despite her messiness: 4.5 Y'all know I love a Bachelor-related book because I can't get enough of people who go on TV for "love" or endorsements or whatever they say they're looking for. I think Hannah is the most entertaining and relatable Bachelorette there is, and things really haven't been good since her season. No, I don't condone all of her actions, but she's funny, seems like a genuinely nice person, and never tried too hard to be "the Bachelorette". So many times listening to this I would pause, face-palm, and wonder what was going through her head as she described 85% of her "messes". Especially in terms of men, the number of times she said "but I loved him, and I thought he loved me" and I said, "No he didn't! It's obvious!" are too many to count. Hence my opinion that she brought a lot of the mess on herself. That being said, I think she has tried to right a lot of her wrongs and it can't be easy to be in the public eye all the time when most people who play the lead on this show fade in popularity not long after the show wraps. I learned a lot about her family background and some sadder parts of her life not publicly discussed, which gave insight to some of her decisions. A bit asinine at times, but overall sweet and best consumed in audio since she reads it herself.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Charisma

    This quarter-life memoir from Hannah Brown is one most will find something to relate to in. If you’ve followed along in the last nearly 3 years now since she graced our television screens, there has been much that has happened and this book will not disappoint in filling in some previously private occurrences in that time, but this book is about more than that. Hannah goes deep, sharing traumas and experiences from her past and her journey to working towards understanding how they have impacted This quarter-life memoir from Hannah Brown is one most will find something to relate to in. If you’ve followed along in the last nearly 3 years now since she graced our television screens, there has been much that has happened and this book will not disappoint in filling in some previously private occurrences in that time, but this book is about more than that. Hannah goes deep, sharing traumas and experiences from her past and her journey to working towards understanding how they have impacted and guided her and to working towards healthier ways of dealing with them in order to avoid repeating past patterns. If you follow Hannah you are familiar with her natural ability to be vulnerable with strangers, but also her ability to do so in a way that feels foreign. This stems from her genuine desire to heal but also that others might find healing and understanding of their own. It’s not something she’s said but it’s something that’s evident. That kind of vulnerability with pure intent is something we have no idea we’ve yearned for until it’s been met, and that’s the draw with Hannah. Her courage and bravery makes others feel like they can be courageous and brave as well. In sharing her life so publicly and vulnerably, there is potential for her to do more, channel her gift into helping others in new ways. While her journey is one that has not concluded, the potential is palpable. Here’s to the first “chapter”, Hannah Brown. Can’t wait to see the next.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Emma Lee

    I really enjoyed this book! I feel that I can relate to some of Hannah’s messages throughout the book and loved to hear some of the behind the scenes information from her season. I really respect Hannah and her journey!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Claudia Fillion

    So refreshing and honest ♥️

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Foster

    Did I really read a memoir by a former Bachelorette? Yes, yes I did.

  20. 5 out of 5

    addicted2books

    This girl fascinates me. The amount of life she has lived in 26 years is amazing. She is relatable because she is a hot mess. Fantastic book!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin

    An amazing read. What a perfect way to start off my reading this year. Hannah's book is a memoir of her life up until now. At 26 Hannah is best known for her appearances on 'The Bachelor', "The Bachelorette' and 'Dancing with the Stars', and while through this book she shares a lot about how she was feeling going through each of these experiences, she also shares a lot about how she got there. What her childhood was like, some of the trauma her family endured when she was a young child, the way t An amazing read. What a perfect way to start off my reading this year. Hannah's book is a memoir of her life up until now. At 26 Hannah is best known for her appearances on 'The Bachelor', "The Bachelorette' and 'Dancing with the Stars', and while through this book she shares a lot about how she was feeling going through each of these experiences, she also shares a lot about how she got there. What her childhood was like, some of the trauma her family endured when she was a young child, the way that her parents relationship impacted her, when she began her habit of chronic people pleasing. She shares about some of her hardest relationships and the depths of her struggles with mental health. So honestly, these accounts are so raw and personal. She shares about where she is going, who she is becoming and how these experiences, her relationship with God, and a good therapist, have led her to desire to become not only what she wants to be, but far more importantly, who she wants to be. I will be honest, I was not surprised to like this book, I have been seeing Hannah's promotions for it on instagram for months and knew that it would be something I would love. It is one thing to have anticipation, and another to have a book fulfill all of these hopes and expectations. Truly, I think that what I liked about this book was the author. Hannah's stories were very moving, she has been through a lot in her life up until this point, even before being in the public eye. While these stories were very entertaining, her honestly about the way that she handles these circumstances was so comforting. As an instagram follower and youtube subscriber of Hannah's, I have always felt comforted by her realness, while the internet often seems to be a place of competition, creating the perfect image, crafting this perfect page that hides the hard moments or unfiltered photos, Hannah's social media has always felt safer to me. And this book felt the exact same way. I loved being able to relate to some of Hannahs struggles. While I have never stood on stage and competed in a pageant, I too have struggled with many of the body image issues and self confidence issues that she has. Even her upbringing in a Christian family in Alabama is something I can relate to, there are days when I feel that Alberta is the Alabama of Canada, I too have felt the pull on my heart to respond differently to the world than my family might or the rest of Alberta seems to. I so resonate with the way that Hannah has worked to please people and craft the person she thought others wanted to see. That is my life. What a relief to see someone else struggle with this. What a blessing to be able to read about the ways that she has changed and experienced success without this habit. I am so proud of Hannah, inspired by her, and excited to see how she continues to get closer to the person she wants to be. Nothing but love for this book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    Yes, I would recommend this to someone…. Only if they wanted a little scoop on the bachelor franchise and liked hearing people spill the tea. Because that’s all it was… I was honestly shocked at how much she was revealing about people. Normally I would say this is really juicy but at times it just felt like she was blaming her actions on other peoples actions. I would be terrified to publish things about my close family members or friends like she did. In all (but Austin) her romantic relationsh Yes, I would recommend this to someone…. Only if they wanted a little scoop on the bachelor franchise and liked hearing people spill the tea. Because that’s all it was… I was honestly shocked at how much she was revealing about people. Normally I would say this is really juicy but at times it just felt like she was blaming her actions on other peoples actions. I would be terrified to publish things about my close family members or friends like she did. In all (but Austin) her romantic relationships, it felt like she thought the guys were always the problem… and she really leaned into that. Again, juicy… just reminded me that there are two sides to every story. The hardest part about reading this book was trying to compare and contrast my feelings about God versus her thoughts and beliefs about God. We definitely have different theologies and belief systems in regards to God and how he operates in the day-to-day lives of people. The biggest issue I had is when she really wanted to do something or wanted a distraction, it felt like she would say “God wants me to do this” and then when it didn’t happen she would say “oh well I guess God didn’t want this for me.” Honestly, I can’t judge her or her relationship with God. I really shouldn’t be judging at all… but this is a book review so I will say…. The way this was written was like a high school teacher gave an essay assignment to write about a time when you were hurt and how you grew from that situation.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ginny Muse

    This book is very Hannah! (As it should be - it’s her book.) She’s just telling it like it is. It’s sweet, funny, over the top, kind of all over the place, annoying and endearing - kind of like Hannah. I loved watching Hannah on her journey through The Bachelor, the Bachelorette, Dancing With the Stars, the Quarantine Crew, and beyond. I like her! Sweet southern girl who is kind of a hot mess. But she owns it. I identify with many of her descriptions of being a ‘good girl,’ a people pleaser, a C This book is very Hannah! (As it should be - it’s her book.) She’s just telling it like it is. It’s sweet, funny, over the top, kind of all over the place, annoying and endearing - kind of like Hannah. I loved watching Hannah on her journey through The Bachelor, the Bachelorette, Dancing With the Stars, the Quarantine Crew, and beyond. I like her! Sweet southern girl who is kind of a hot mess. But she owns it. I identify with many of her descriptions of being a ‘good girl,’ a people pleaser, a Christian, and southern girl. It’s interesting to see her pull back the curtain to see the struggles behind the beautiful smile. I really appreciated her vulnerability. Of course, Hannah is still very young. She has to write this book and make bank while she’s a hot commodity, but it’s not much of a lifetime memoir. She tries to go deep. And it might be inspirational. But it’s also very immature. Her background stories about liking to color, etc., are just a bit too juvenile to encapsulate a life. But this is a good first step in telling about part of Hannah’s life. It’s kind of like a long journal. She has to give some Bachelor nation details to try to be juicy, but I didn’t love the way she gave too much info on some parts. She seems to still be working through her issues. She writes as she’s still in the middle of her journey, not fully on the other side with great closure and forgiveness yet. I love that she talks openly about her faith. Lots of mess ups along the way (as we all have,) but she keeps seeking. I really appreciated her trying to encourage others to seek God, too. This is just lighthearted and fun. It’s just Hannah telling you about her life from her own perspective. The audio is great with her reading it. If you’re a Hannah fan, have fun reading it. If you’re not, then it’s probably it for you.

  24. 5 out of 5

    readwithrilee

    I started watching the Bachelor again right after Coltons season started. I fell in love with Hannah Brown! I of course had to watch her season and was super into it! I loved listening to her narrate this book and learning so much more about her. She’s gone through quite a bit growing up and then learning so much more about her life now. Definitely heard some things I didn’t know 🤭 I definitely recommend the audiobook on this one because I just love hearing it come from her !

  25. 5 out of 5

    Chandler

    Typically, I am not a non-fiction, memoir, or biography girl, but I LOVE Hannah Brown; I had to listen to this one. I don't rate these sorts of books, as I would feel like I was "rating" someone's life story, but I adored this book and truly admire HB for how raw and real she ALWAYS is. I would definitely recommend this one if you love her too, like The Bachelorette/Bachelor, and/or enjoy memoirs. Typically, I am not a non-fiction, memoir, or biography girl, but I LOVE Hannah Brown; I had to listen to this one. I don't rate these sorts of books, as I would feel like I was "rating" someone's life story, but I adored this book and truly admire HB for how raw and real she ALWAYS is. I would definitely recommend this one if you love her too, like The Bachelorette/Bachelor, and/or enjoy memoirs.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Yes my x roomies and I bought this together as the sisterhood of the travelling book. We watched Hannah’s season of the bachelorette together at x.. If you’re familiar with Hannah Brown you’ll enjoy this book!🙈

  27. 5 out of 5

    Bailey

    Tricky to rate because I’m not much of a memoir reader - but I really enjoyed this and found this mostly worthwhile.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    Okay, so this book totally surprised me. I was expecting another Bachelor franchise tell-all published to capitalize on the show's popularity. That is not this book. Hannah Brown co-authors this book with a writer and you can tell (ahem, Andi Dorfman). It is organized, has a good flow, and is well-written. The content is also surprising. There is a lot more in here than you see on the show. There is depth and character to her. I really enjoyed the book and I was not expecting to. She talks a lot Okay, so this book totally surprised me. I was expecting another Bachelor franchise tell-all published to capitalize on the show's popularity. That is not this book. Hannah Brown co-authors this book with a writer and you can tell (ahem, Andi Dorfman). It is organized, has a good flow, and is well-written. The content is also surprising. There is a lot more in here than you see on the show. There is depth and character to her. I really enjoyed the book and I was not expecting to. She talks a lot about confidence and being yourself despite having the public's eyes on you. I would actually recommend this to young men and women finding their place in the world. I love being pleasantly surprised by a book!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    Part Jessica Simpson, part Brene Brown (ishhhhh), and a lot more Jesus than I expected (perhaps I should have taken the tile more seriously)

  30. 4 out of 5

    Katie McDaniel

    such a good read! It’s a great example of how social media can be deceiving. I’m still sad about her and Tyler, but it was very interesting to read the behind the scenes of everything.

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