Good and bad qualities, but mostly bad
As an avid viewer of both "16 & Pregnant" and "Teen Mom", I'm glad to have found this book. It tells the truth, at least about what fame does to a person. The downside: so poorly written. The grammar is fine, but who edited this book? The correct spelling of "publically" is "publicly". As a grammar nazi, it drove me nuts. Punctuation was also in places it wasn't supposed to be and vice versa. As I read, I felt as if I were just reading from a HollywoodLife news article, which I guess is pretty entertaining, too.
As I read the book, I felt a sense of bias toward the fame that MTV brought to the girls and their families. The writers did their best to tell the truth, but, especially with their sources, I felt as if 50% of the stuff they said were lies, too. While it's a fun read, we can never know the complete truth behind the scenes. I'm still skeptical as to how legitimate all this information is, but I know for a fact that whatever is in this book is far more realistic than what happened onscreen.