Brutally Honest

Brutally Honest Review

The tell-all memoir from the loudest, proudest Spice Girl and the truth behind the headlines

As one-fifth of the iconic Spice Girls and judge on X Factor and America's Got Talent, Melanie Brown, a.k.a Scary Spice, has been an international star since her twenties. Brutally Honest is an exposé of the struggles and acute pain that lay behind the glamour and success.

With deep personal insight, remarkable frankness and trademark Yorkshire humour, the book removes the mask of fame and reveals the true story behind the Spice Girls, as well as the horror of her most recent marriage and her 10 year struggle to be free.

Title:Brutally Honest
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Sara

    Mel B, Scary Spice, her of the leopard print catsuit and loud mouth, has certainly had a tough few years. I’d heard a lot of the rumours surrounding her infamous marriage breakdown to then husband S...

  • Pavan Amara

    Although, she has clearly been through brutal circumstances, I felt this book was beautifully honest. It felt like it came from a truly genuine place, rather than being a PR device. Mel B was (and sti...

  • Laura Barnard

    I finished Mel B's Brutally Honest book. Wow. She really was honest and I think fair play to her for being so open and honest, showing even the strongest woman can be manipulated and abused over years...

  • Dora Santos Marques

    A minha opinião em vídeo https://youtu.be/eCCOjQEJ5vs...

  • Chaitanya Sethi

    The Spice Girls were an international sensation when they first came on the pop music scene in 1996. They became overnight sensations and topped charts, sold out arenas, and even had a movie commissio...

  • Kiwi Begs2Differ  ?

    Brutally honest … a fit title. I am not a Melanie B. fan, in fact, I find her loud and overwhelming personality intimidating, I totally get the “scary spice” moniker. This book helps the reader ...

  • Jo

    Y las Spice? :(...

  • L. Powell

    Raw and emotional. Mel B describes her traumatic experiences in a domestically violent relationship. Brutally honest, the only way to describe this powerful read. ...

  • Sharon

    Mel B, Scary Spice, Loud Mouthed, Confident, In Charge, Girl Power - she comes across as untouchable, the epitome of a strong, powerful woman. So she would never be controlled or manipulated by a man,...

  • Amy Westgarth

    I can't review this without mentioning that it was riddled with typos. The most glaring being the date of Geri leaving the Spice Girls as being 1988 (their first single was 1996) and Sporty Spice bein...