Overall, I thought this was a decent book. I'm not the biggest fan of Miley Cyrus, but I don't hate her either. This book gives you an inside look on what she went through to get her role on Hannah Montana, the obstacles she overcame while she attended school, how much her family and friends truly mean to her, and just her perspective on life. I like the way she didn't use people's real names, Nick, for example. It kind of shows that she is a human being just like the rest of us and doesn't like to hurt people's feelings. I know she has made mistakes in the past and probably will in the future. But, if you just give her a chance, you will see that there is more to her than meets the eye.