I was really enjoying this book for the first seven chapters. And then I started to understand why she claims so many haters and trolls. For the first part of the book, Franchesca was an insightful narrator, sharing her experiences with social media fame. She was humble, self-aware and willing to share. But then, for reasons I cannot fathom, she starts narrating in the second person and ruins the tone of the book completely. Personal experience morphs into dispensing unasked-for opinions, reminding me why the term "social justice warrior" has such negative connotations for so many people. Don't even get me started about her tips on "self-care," a term that healthy people employ with no real concept what it means to need to take care of yourself. She's not a bad writer but sigh, I cannot bear to have a narrator speak to me like I'm a recalcitrant child in need of correction. I recommend reading chapters 1-7 and also 11 if, but just skip the rest of it, unless you're willing to mentally substitute "I" for every "you", which seems like an unnecessary burden to me. Thank you to Grand Central who sent me an advance review copy of this book.