Books At two hundred pages for £16.99 and a pretty large font size, the RRP on this memoir is a bit steep so I ordered a copy through the local library. After having read those two hundred pages, which are admittedly very content rich and read like a letter from an old friend, this still feels very expensive, so if I were you I'd wait for the paperback. Unless you are desperate or rich or have a library which is happy to buy in this sort of thing.
Striking a good balance between her private life and career, Lauren takes us on a tour of how she got into show business, some of her lesser known roles and retells the story of how she was cast in Gilmore Girls even though she was almost contracted for another series and Piers Brosnaned out of it. Back stage gossip is minimal even in relation to the Pallidinos leaving the series with only mild barbs about what happened in season 7.
There's little darkness in here. But that's all fine. The last thing you'd want is to turn to these pages and find out that Graham is a nihilistic so-and-so who hates everyone. Arguably the more interesting passages are when she's clearly paying lip service to her other work even though she knows much of the core readership for the book doesn't care. The Parenthood chapter is very, very polite, all very, "Yeah, I did Parenthood for years but all you care about is Lorelei so ...."