I finished sTORI telling last night and I really enjoyed this book. It is exactly what the name suggests...Tori tells you stories about her life from her childhood up to when Liam was born. I really didn't know that much about Tori Spelling before I started watching Tori & Dean: Inn Love and then Home Sweet Hollywood. I was never a 90210 fan because I was a little young when it came out. I never realized that she was a big T.V. movie actress because I haven't seen her in those either (too young again). I guess I first noticed Tori Spelling when So NoTORIous came out and I got hooked on it. She is a great comedian! It was really interesting to read about her childhood as Aaron Spelling's daughter, her 90210 days, her first marriage, and all of those things that I never had a chance to read in the tabloids. But let's face it...the main reason I (and probably a lot of other people) bought the book was to hear about her relationship with her mother. I think Tori does a good job about explaining her relationship with her mother while still trying to not hurt her feelings. I am sure it did hurt her, but I could tell that Tori took a conscious effort in writing about her mother to do it tactfully. This book made me look at Tori in a new light. Not that I was ever one of those who thought she was a spoiled brat because I didn't really know much about her until the days when she was on her own. I never realized how hard she worked to try to get jobs and overcome her name, her debt issues, or about how awful her mother really was. I have always really liked Tori, but now I see just how strong of a woman she is. I would suggest this book to anyone who likes Tori Spelling or has an opinion about her. It is an easy fun read and isn't too long. Overall, I would rate it a 5 out of 5. This isn't a deep book (you wouldn't be reading an autobiography if you wanted deep), but for being a fun look into the life of Tori Spelling, it is well written and it feels like you are gabbing with a girlfriend and it kept me laughing the whole way through.