Uncharted TerriTORI

Uncharted TerriTORI Tori Spelling is back with brand new collection of essays about living a normal life in Hollywood where life is anything but normal

  • Title: Uncharted TerriTORI
  • Author: Tori Spelling
  • ISBN: 9781439187715
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tori Spelling is back with brand new collection of essays about living a normal life in Hollywood, where life is anything but normal.

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      Published :2019-06-03T11:01:38+00:00

    About "Tori Spelling"

    1. Tori Spelling

      Victoria Davey Tori Spelling is an American actress She is known for being Aaron Spelling s daughter and for her role as Donna Martin in the 1990s teen soap opera Beverly Hills, 90210.

    989 thoughts on “Uncharted TerriTORI”

    1. I don't know what happened to this girl. Unless she was just writing outright lies in the first book, I'm baffled by this latest tale of her life. I don't know why she would want to put this out there as a representation of what/whom she wants people to think she "really" is and what she's like. The ENTIRE book is about how she's a workaholic self-proclaimed "Mini-Mogul" and basically the best mom ever because she can't reliquish control to anyone with anything done with her kids. She doesn't wa [...]


    2. I've been a fan of Tori Spelling since my senior year of high school, when I began watching Beverly Hills, 90210 and started a love affair that would last -- well, until now. My hours watching the 1990s teen drama are vastly reduced now, but there was a time when I watched it every week when a new episode aired, then in following years when reruns came on every morning and every afternoon -- for two hours each time. Ah, the days when FX and Soap Network were part of my life To this day, if I hap [...]


    3. I love Tori Spelling. I love her show, Tori & Dean, and I love her other books, so it's no surprise that I enjoyed this book. Unlike the others though, many parts of this book are actually part of the show, just more fleshed out, so if you watch the show I'm not sure you'll want to spend the money to read this book (that's why I love the library!).Overall, if you're a Tori Spelling fan, you'll probably like the book. It's Tori being Tori, taking us inside her crazy life as she tries to figur [...]


    4. So growing up watching 90210 I wasn't a big Tori Spelling fan.However now I adore her. I think here stories are great. I love that she has had to work for what she has and didn't get to rely on a huge inheritance that didn't come after her father passed. And her passion for animals is touching. This book is actually a lot more entertaining than her mothers book, I am still trying to get into that one.


    5. Ugh. My eyes rolled so hard listening to this it actually hurt. She comes across as uneducated and moronic ("everyone was on tenterhooks, whatever those are"), jealous and insecure (observing her husband's ex-wife's chipped toe nail polish and determining she doesn't have a boyfriend), a major control freak (inability to let anyone else do ANYthing), and a wack-job hypochondriac (she went to a load of psychics and fake doctors where one of them diagnosed her with parvovirus by whether or not Tor [...]


    6. I was cringing during most of this. I actually enjoyed Tori and Dean on their show (first season I think is all I have watched), and I am flabbergasted that she willingly talked about herself and her life like that. I feel sorry for her after reading this, and not in a good way.


    7. Uncharted terriTORI by Tori Spelling continues the story of Tori’s infamous Hollywood life. A huge Spelling fan, I’ve raved about her other two books, but I’m not so sure I had the same reaction reading Tori’s third memoir.Whereas Spelling’s first book focused on her relationships and her second book focused on being a mom, this third book took on life in the limelight and the ups and downs that come with fame.The thing I LOVED about the other two books was that Tori Spelling seemed so [...]


    8. Just bought this book! Can't wait to read it!UPDATE: Read it in 2 1/2 days. AMAZING BOOK! I love how Tori writes-she is so honest and doesn't hold back. It was great to hear how she was so sick, from H1N1, then she was making herself sick from working so much.Here's my "open note" to Tori:Dear Tori- Honey, we (the fans) love you, we don't want to see you sick. If you take a break from all your jobs for a few weeks, I KNOW nobody would judge you. Yes, you have all these irrational fears (as you p [...]


    9. I love Tori Spelling so there was no way I would skip this book even with some of the bad reviews. I found it wasn't as good as the first two, but I was able to finish it in one day and am glad I read it. I think this book was written more for her than for her fans, a bit of a healing book for Tori. It dealt with a lot of things that I haven't seen on their show, which was nice. I felt I got to see another side of Tori, she always tries so hard to appear perfect that I had no idea of all the phy [...]


    10. Bah. I am so sick of Tori Spelling now, after finishing her 3rd memoir. Though, I'm curious about the 4 kids (5 with Dean's son from his 1st marriage) so I'll read her last one, since I've already invested time in the first three, but I am so done with Tori and want to move on after reading the next one. Tori's 1st book was on her relationships, her 2nd book was a mommy book, and this 3rd book was how she is trying to balance work and family. It was nice to hear that she reconciled with her fami [...]


    11. So I really enjoy Tori Spelling & her reality show. I've enjoyed her last two books not only because of the hollywood dish but her easy, breezy writing style and ability to poke fun at herself and make me laugh. This third book was a fun fast read and the theme primarily is how she's learning to balance work and family; however, having just watched the most recent season of her reality show there wasn't a ton of new material in it for me. Although I did like hearing how she'd reconciled with [...]


    12. I listened to this while lazing out with a jigsaw puzzle one weekend, but felt myself strangely drawn in to this "junkfood" memoir. I liked the vulnerability that Tori shared, and was surprised by how much I could relate to some of what she wrote. Who'd have thunk it?


    13. Now I haven't read any of Tori's other memoirs, nor do I watch Tori and Deand I certainly didn't expect this book to be a quality piece of literture. With all of that in mind I enjoyed the book. It was a funny, quick read that reminds us all to slow down and not try to accomplish it all.



    14. Tori came off as a whiner. I could not sympathize with her. She seemed like a difficult, high maintenance wife and a neurotic mess. Not a big fan.



    15. And so continues my curiosity into the life of Tori Spelling. Another quick read, this time Tori focuses on trying to have it all - her successful career, a committed relationship with her husband, and the perfect motherhood for her children. Constantly followed by the paparazzi (really? they need to see what you buy at the grocery?), Tori trudges her way through life in Hollywood - this time fessing up to the hardships she's encountered. That perfect marriage? Not so perfect (surprise surprise, [...]


    16. I always find it fun to read about Hollywood stars and this didn't disappoint. No matter how much stars like Tori Spelling want us to know how much they are like "us," they simply aren't. She has opportunities, and money to buy things that I never will have. I'm not jealous, it is simply a truth and I'm okay with it. With that being said, I think Tori would be fun to hang out with from what I have read in her books. She likes to have fun, works way too hard, and is a perfectionist. I can certain [...]



    17. It took me a while to hop on the Tori Spelling bandwagon. I was never a fan of hers during 90210 and didn’t care to see her movies or give her a second thought, really. Then her reality show came out and two of my girlfriends (LibraryLove being one of them) talked about how much they loved her and how funny she was on her show with her family. So I sighed heavily and watched an episode of the show. I was surprised to find I actually liked her! Tori’s wit and humor cracked me up and her sweet [...]


    18. I probably could have spent those hours in a better way but I didn't. I spent them reading all three Tori Spelling books. I can't even say why exactly. I mean, there are zillions of celeb biographies out there that I wouldn't bother with and I'm not a huge Tori Spelling fan girl by any stretch. But there is something compelling about her story. The dazzling wealth and the early fame and the scathing, bitter criticism and bullying by the press that has been a part of her life for so long. What is [...]


    19. I have been wanting to read this one for awhile now and last week I bought it used on . I read both of her other two books and loved them from the start, this one I was a bit slower to warm up to. It did kick in and I was hooked, but not right from the start. I can't identify what it was about the start that didn't catch me, it could have just been built up anticipation since I thought the others were so funny.Tori admits to being a workaholic who has trouble ceding control to others. I think it [...]


    20. I am an unapologetic Beverly Hills 90210 fan (the original, that is). There, it's out in all its embarrassed and shameful glory. As such, I am also a fan of Tori Spelling as well as her now defunct series So NoTORIous and the current Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. Don't judge. I enjoyed Tori's first book, sTORI Telling. I found it to be much like So NoTORIous - - refreshing, able to make light of her own celebrity, laugh at herself and appearing honest. Tori is humorous and it came throu [...]


    21. I felt like sTori Telling and Mommywood were perfect for some mind candy, so when I borrowed Uncharted teriTORI from a friend, I knew I was in for another quick and leisurely read. Uncharted TeriTORI picks up where Mommywood leaves off and once again readers find Tori struggling to balance work, family, and her relationships. She is dealing with turning her brand into a business while also trying to raise her kids in the limelight. Of course there's more of Tori's laugh out loud moments that any [...]


    22. Uncharted TerriTORI is the third book written by Tori Spelling (sTORI Telling and Mommywood come before it). Since catching an episode of Tori&Dean Home Sweet Hollywood I’ve been interested in Tori, which prompted me to buy her first book, second and now this one.I really like reading her stories, she’s a great story teller. Reading her confessions of fear of Dean getting into a motorcycle accident or how she’s on guard with her mother, is something all of us can relate to on some leve [...]


    23. I love watching Tori and Dean and reading her books just adds that much to my obsession with her. When I was growing up I really didn't obsess over 90210 or Tori Spelling, but recently I have gravitated towards her shows and reading about her life - no idea why, but I do. It's a guilty pleasure of mine along with a few other reality TV shows about celebrities. So picking up this book from the library was a must. I had already read sTORI telling and Mommywood, so this made sense.I loved reading s [...]


    24. I agree with other reviewers that this book just does not measure up to her previous titles. Not that a Tori Spelling book is necessarily a literary masterpiece, but the others had a theme and she spoke in a more genuine, open, honest way. This book felt like you were in an uncomfortable room with Spelling and her mother; both of them with frozen faces, afraid to say anything bad about the other lest the press have a field day. The only "real" subject that she seems to cover is the invasion of r [...]


    25. I can't stop reading these memoirs. I blame my mother. My unassuming mother is, apparently, a huge fan of Tori Spelling and her reality TV show. Who'd have thunk it? Anyway, she raved about Spelling's first memoir and insisted I read it. I did so it would keep her happy. Needless to say, I ended up loving it. Everything I thought about her and how she thinks was wrong.I think she may be pumping these out too quickly though. This covered such a small period of time that it's starting to feel like [...]


    26. This book is a fast, easy, brain candy kind of read.In most of the reviews I've read on Uncharted TerriTORI, this is the least liked compared to her other two books. But Uncharted TerriTORI is actually my favorite. True, Tori is very neurotic and it is weird to read about her fascinations with psychics and self-healers, but I loved the fact that she is very candid, admits her faults and makes fun of herself and her strange and totally out-there ideas.What I really loved about this book though is [...]


    27. Not sure what to think after reading the first book she wrote, then her mothers book & now this one???Honestly I think I wanted to know more & not all the complaining. I am not a hater of either of them but all this whining about things you can control is a bit much for my taste. I wonder what Liam, Stella & ner other children will think of Tori & if they think they deserve things like Tori seems to think she does. Her father earned that money & usually when someone dies & [...]


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