Acquired via BookCrossing 02 Nov 2009 – found unregistered on University OBCZ shelf

Like so many showbiz autobiographies, this seemed to focus on the early years and struggle at the expense of the later ones.  Mamma Mia was mentioned, for example, but only in passing.  This does stop massive luvviedom, but I’d have liked to know more about this, her own family etc.  Other than that a good and straightforward, honest-sounding read, lots of pictures and lots of nice Birmingham background too.  Better than the biography of her I read a while ago.