"'People have manifested this caricature of who I am. They act as if there's no real person inside of it.' Lindsay Lohan has spent her whole life in the media spotlight, trying to learn and grow under its watchful glare. But what's the truth behind the wild stories and rumours? In this honest, poignant memoir actress Lindsay Lohan tells the full story - what it was like growing up as a child star in a troubled household, her rise to fame through Disney movies and Mean Girls, her battle with addiction, prison stints, rehab and her much talked about love life. Having kept journals her entire life in which she has documented all of the raw emotions she has experienced as she's moved through extreme highs and lows, her book is a beautifully-written reflection on her life, her regrets and her dreams. A true artist who, in her words, is her own worst enemy, her autobiography is a real and candid account of what it's like to have fame so young, how everything went so wrong and what it has taken to get her life back on track. Extremely heartfelt and shockingly honest, this is Lindsay's story, told her way."