The book was entertaining. Fisher does have a darker sense of humor than what you would imagine from her role as "The Princess". I really did not follow any of her other work save that of the Star Wars saga. Seeing her drop profanity was interesting. The book drags on about her relationship with Harrison, or as she made it abundantly clear in the book "Carrison". The latter part of the book is the actual diary entires which drone on and on. One of the tings I realized is that my journal/diary entries are boring and elementary compared to hers. The book glosses over her childhood and her early carrier in Shampoo. Looking now at IMDB, I can see that I have not really followed any of her work except for Star Wars.
If you are looking for a behind the scenes book on Star Wars, this is not the book. If you are looking for a book about Carrie Fisher's relationship with Harrison Ford and personal inner thoughts.
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Hardcover: 272 pages
Publisher: Blue Rider Press; 1st edition (November 22, 2016)