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In her award-winning best seller, Extreme, Sharon Osbourne revealed the truth about her life in her famously frank and gutsy way. In this new autobiography, Survivor, she goes even deeper - revealing the secrets and heartbreak behind the headlines, along with the love and humour that have pulled her through.

From the recent sad loss of her father, to her experiences as a judge on number-one hit shows The X Factor and America's Got Talent, to the further jaw-dropping adventures and dramas in the Osbourne family, Sharon tells it like it really is - with wit, honesty, and style. Set to be a huge best seller this autumn, Survivor is as astonishing, big-hearted, and fascinating as Mrs O herself.

©2007 Sharon Osbourne (P)2008 Hachette Audio

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  • MT
  • 22-09-15

Not as good as the 1st book

What did you like best about Sharon Osbourne? What did you like least?

It wasnt as entertaining as the other book I read by Sharon

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I liked hearing stories of the music industry

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

I perferred hearing it read by Sharon like in the last book...this just didnt sound right to me

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

no