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Through the Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World

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Language  English
Dewey Decimal  782.42164/092
Originally published  2008
Page count  272
ISBN  1595551565
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Country  United States
Pages  272
LC Class  ML480.S714
Author  Lynne Spears
Genre  Memoir
OCLC  1119626943
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Subject  Britney Spears Jamie Lynn Spears Motherhood Adolescent sexuality
Similar  Brave New Girl, Britney Spears' Heart‑to‑Heart, My Journey to Heaven: What I Sa

Through the Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World is a memoir by Lynne Spears that she co-wrote with Lorilee Craker. The memoir is about Lynne's daughters: Britney and Jamie Lynn. The book was announced in 2007 and published on September 16, 2008 by Thomas Nelson, a Christian publisher. Prior to the book's release, the National Enquirer leaked several of the book's revelations, including that Britney had started drinking alcohol at age thirteen, soon after she began appearing on American variety show The Mickey Mouse Club. When Britney was seventeen, her talent manager Larry Rudolph promoted her as a virgin who continued to shun premarital sex while dating teen idol Justin Timberlake. Lynne said in an interview with the Daily Mail that, of all the chapters in the book, the ones she found most difficult to write were those about Jamie Lynn's teenage pregnancy. Sam Lutfi, a former talent manager of Britney's, began a defamation lawsuit against Lynne for alleging in Through the Storm that he had isolated and drugged Britney. An Entertainment Tonight article by James Herman calls Through the Storm a "jaw-dropping tell-all book". In an Entertainment Weekly review, Adrienne Day writes that the book only provides information that can be found on Wikipedia.

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