Book Review: Unbreakable by Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne's life has always been an extreme rollercoaster ride. And, despite her best efforts, the last few years have been the most dramatic and turbulent of all. 
 
In her gripping new autobiography Sharon reveals the truth behind the headlines. There have been times of huge joy and pleasure - becoming a grandmother for the first time and seeing both Jack and Kelly come through testing times to find happiness and contentment at last. 
 
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But there has also been a lot of heartache. Sharon describes the shocking and unexpected battle to save her thirty-year marriage to Ozzy - and the devastating betrayal that lay behind their separation. She also lived through every mother's worst nightmare when Jack was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis - and writes movingly of her hopes and fears for her beloved son. 
 
A tough but fair judge on the X Factor, Sharon is just as hard on herself. She is honest about the mistakes she has made - from misguided plastic surgery to her battles with her weight and body image. 
 
"Filled with laughter, tears and hard-won wisdom, Unbreakable is as funny, frank and fearless as Sharon herself"
 
Sharon Osbourne was born in London in 1952. She is married to rock legend Ozzy Osbourne and has three children, Aimee, Kelly and Jack. Her previous three books, Extreme, Survivor and her novel, Revenge, were all Sunday Times bestsellers. Extreme spent sixteen weeks at number one in hardback and has sold over a million copies. It also won ‘Biography of the Year’ at the British Book Awards.
 
One of the three original X Factor judges, Sharon has returned to the show this autumn for their tenth series. 
 
Unbreakable
Hardback Original Published October 2013 Price £20.00

 

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