Britney: Inside the Dream

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Britney Spears - the princess of pop - is making a comeback, and there isn't a person out there who hasn't heard about it. In this fully up-to-date and authoritative biography, Steve Dennis reveals all there is to know about the much-loved star.

Hitting our radios for the first time in 1998 with '...Baby One More Time', Britney Spears quickly became a pop idol. Now, at just 27 years of age, she has racked up five number one albums, seven top-ten singles and seven sell-out world tours, as well having performed on stage with both Madonna and Michael Jackson. Just a decade after breaking onto to scene, she has become nothing short of a pop legend.

Her private life, however, has not been so easy. In 2004 Britney famously married a childhood friend at The Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas; since then her personal life has seemingly been thrown into turmoil. In the last five years she has had numerous failed relationships and endured a very public divorce and custody battle - all in the full glare of the international media.

Drawing on exclusive interviews with those closest to the superstar, Britney: Inside the Dream is a engrossing portrait of fascinating star. A frank biography, with no detail spared, it reveals the real Britney Spears, like you've never known her before.

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I thought this book was okay but seemed to be written by the authour and what he was thinking,i dont know if it was lies or what but all i know is britney is a strong woman and is a breathtaking performer

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About the author (2010)

STEVE DENNIS is an acclaimed ghost-writer who usually collaborates with celebrities on autobiographies.

The Times has said that the energy of his story-telling cannot be faulted.

Britney: Inside the Dream is his sixth book, but his first biography. His work alongside celebrities in the spotlight means that he brings a rare and fresh perspective to this American saga.

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