An honest book about her life that includes the good with the bad. And the last section deals a candid account of her battle with alcoholism and her testimony for the Sinclair Method. There is last section with one of the doctors explaining and plugging the method. It's a bit of evangelizing, but hey- it might save someone.
She's honest with her failures, faults and her positive attributes. She's honest about her inability to stay in a relationship for longer than three years and you learn more about Angus Macfadyen- mostly bad- than I ever thought I would know. Cliff Robertson doesn't come out looking good in this either. And there's an interesting tidbit about sharing blow and having a one night stand with George Clooney.
Sometimes this feels more like a survey than an exhaustive memoir or autobiography. Some lovers just breeze through and you don't get a chance to complete understand their narrative.