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All That Glitters In the s, Pearl Lowe was a singer in the hugely successful pop group Powder, a fashion model, and a friend to some of the most famous people in the world A beautiful woman with a glamorous career and a family she adored, Pearl had it all But soon she began taking an increasingly potent string of drugs and drinking to excess As her family and body crumbled around her, Pearl realized she had to make a choice confront the demons, get clean, and have her life back, or give up and slip further into addiction Pearl made her choice these days she lives with her children and husband in the British countryside and designs her own clothing line Inspiring and riveting, this is the autobiography of a woman who almost failed to escape a world that is relentless in its destructiveness despite its scintillating appearance

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10 thoughts on “All That Glitters

  1. says:

    Poor old Pearl Lowe What a life she s had She wanted to be a pop star She became a pop star Only after she s fairly far down the path does she think she might want to have singing lessons.She has a baby who seems to be completely incidental to her life There are pages when she s in the US France V Festival with all her mates when Daisy doesn t get a mention I have friend

  2. says:

    I read this because I used to have a girl crush on Pearl She s so pretty And has such great style And designs these adorable vintage style dresses and has an adorable house full of adorable antiques Yeah, well the key words up there are used to After suffering through nearly three hundred pages of atrociously written, mind numbingly repetitive drivel with a heaping dollop of nam

  3. says:

    A curiously shallow variation on the my drug hell memoir, though with just enough coverage of Britpop Camden s excesses to retain interest.

  4. says:

    DNF so much poor, poor me..

  5. says:

    A surprising read which was much better than I expected to be I have always disliked Pearl Lowe not because I found her unpleasant, but because she was known pretty much purely for being a druggie This book made me feel differently.For those who haven t heard of Pearl, she was the lead singer of 90s band Powder, and is married to Danny Goffey of Supergrass She also has a daughter, Daisy, to Gavin Rossd

  6. says:

    I found this to be an utterly gripping memoir It is fascinating to read about people who have seemingly perfect lives, yet beneath the glossy surface, they are in turmoil I disagree with the person who said this was not particularly well written throughout, Pearl Lowe is brutally honest about her addiction and the lengths she went to to try to satiate it The constant cycle of recovery and relapse she describes

  7. says:

    A really interesting read and very heartfelt this books follows the highs and lows of 90 s Britpop singer Pearl Lowe as she battles with drug addiction It is pretty shocking at times and an horrific incident revealed in Pearl s earlier life makes you begin to understand how she has gotten so messed up It is hard to accept though that she has three children and yet continues to abuse drugs There is even one point where

  8. says:

    A re read after watching her Sali Hughes interview on YouTube recently I adore this lady s style and have so much respect for the life she has created after a lot of really dark moments Reading the book would give great hope to any addict I would imagine, or is generally just a really good autobiographical read about a very popular time in British pop culture that anyone would thoroughly enjoy.

  9. says:

    Read this just for interest I was once into the music and culture of the bands this woman and her husband belonged to, and so I understand something of that world Reading this made me thankful for God s grace I was never even close to being famous and I never went far down that path of destruction.Was OK.

  10. says:

    I actually read this in my lunch breaks whilst on work experience at a primary school, however it is quite a good book and held my attention well Can be a bit repetitive with the them of drugs and being a mother, but its still very good.

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