The Last Word: The true and honest story of Katie Price told from a mother’s perspective revealing untold and new facts
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Amy gave a balanced and honest viewpoint of everything in both hers and Katie's life, which was refreshing to read. The book is brilliantly written and besides all the hate Kate gets well I'm someone that don't bother listening to the false and exagerated stories the press make! I loved how Amy wrote of how close her immediate family are and how they can always cherish that and support each other. It seemed to flit from blaming others, to accepting Kate makes the wrong choices but not knowing why, to not understanding why Kate does what she does.
Kate has been through so much and i can understand to some extent the walls she has put up due to the continued rejection and hurt shes faced, while its no secret she wanted to be famous and chose this life, this book also helps understand why she kept chasing things that didnt serve her. I enjoyed this book a lot, it made me also see katie in a different light aswell, she is an amazing mum to harvey and as a mum to 2 disabled children I actually find her an inspiration.I also agree with her comments about Peter Andre - I had the feeling as I was reading the section about him that lawyers had combed through it and probably pulled quite a lot out.
I do sympathise with Kate it’s not easy at all having a disabled child until you love it you can only assume I know this first hand and I’m glad she has a strong mother like Amy she needs that . Amy achieved a successful career while raising three children who all earned success in various fields; but for one, Katie, fame was part of the bargain. I really enjoyed hearing more about Amy's life, as well as the life of Katie, her brother and sister, and Katie's children and ex partners. Being a carer for your complex children’s needs is enough to make any upset cause a breakdown as you are always worrying, exhausted and protective at the same time.This book isn't biased and she really does give some of her family's life choices a good going over. The fact the proceeds of the book are going to charity demonstrates her selfless trait of always considering others before herself.