Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded

Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded - Hannah Hart As the short synopsis says this is an autobiography book of a widely known and wildly popular and weirdly insane world wide web personality who has millions of subscribers and is loved by millions of people from the world wide web and I dare say millions of people from all over the world. In this book of hers she's very funny, she's very playful, very hilarious, and she's truly sincere when it comes to her sexuality. Which should have been reason enough for you to get it and read the hell out of it. I have to admit that I am not big when it comes to world wide web celebrities or their fan bases, but was completely surprised by her honest approach and the fact that she didn't sugar-coat the whole thing and made it more kid friendly. Whatever the case, I really enjoyed reading about her life prior the world wide web fame and between her world wide web fame, so much that I couldn't help but give it a well-deserved number of stars upon finishing it, and I have a hunch that so will you, for she's quite a catch and really knows how to make people laugh, so this autobiography offers quite a look into her somewhat private, somewhat personal, and somewhat professional life.