By the age of 11 Kerry Katona had lived in countless different homes and attended 8 different schools. By the age of 13 she could beat grown men at pool and knew how to look after her mother during a breakdown. By the age of 15 she had lived in women's refuges, the heart of London's East End gangster-land and several different foster homes. By the age of 18 she was a pop star..."Too Much, Too Young" is the moving, gripping - yet often very funny - account of one child's unique upbringing, and a woman's journey through pop stardom, motherhood and marriage heartbreak. From the backstreets of Warrington to the smoky pubs of the East End, from the shelters where victims of domestic violence hide, to the exclusive hotels where international pop stars party, this is an extraordinary read. Better than fiction, more dramatic than the tabloids, more emotional than the soaps and funnier than a reality TV show...welcome to Kerry's life.
Publisher: Ebury Publishing