Kip Force has written a book giving you all the inside information about reality TV. It's filled with details you might not otherwise know. Kip is very thorough in this book describing their days and the amount of time spent waiting. If you've decided you want to try reality TV, Kip's book can help point you in the right direction. It's not a walk in the park like some think. This is a really involved process. It takes longer to get cast on a show than the show itself is. Kip explains how the directors choreograph every step each person takes. It's amazing how much they put into making reality TV.
This book is for those who are real Reality TV nuts. You can learn how to be one of the chosen ones and what may happen afterwards.
I did find some issues with this one. Kip Force supposedly graduated from college with a double major. One in Psychology the other in Criminal Justice. This book is written at a high school level. Kip is arrogant, self centered and comes off as being more like a bragging high school cheerleader than a grown woman. At least half of the book is unbelievable and the other half just doesn't make sense. I was set to really enjoy the insight Kip would give in this book. Someone has to first give it to her. If you don't like wasting money, don't buy this book.
I gave this one a 1 out of 5 books because it just wasn't a book I enjoyed.