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by Danielle Fishel

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Fishel's memoir is brief in her experience in acting as it attempts to explain how she got the role of Topanga in Boy Meets World and what she has done since then. The humor is definitely there, but there seems to be chapters missing about more personal subjects. The book ends abruptly with no real "moral" or life lesson attributed to her chapters. ( )
  OliviaMcElwain | Mar 11, 2017 |
As a fan of Danielle from BMW and now GMW, I was super psyched to read this book. I follow her on Twitter (even tweeted with her!) and I really like her.
This book is really easy to read and very enjoyable. Danielle is funny, honest, self effacing, and has some great stories from showbiz and her private life.
I'd recommend this book to anyone who knows her from tv and would like to get to know her better. ( )
  DanielleMD | Jun 20, 2015 |
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"A romp through Danielle's own imperfections and mild neuroses, [this is] a book for anyone who, like Danielle, has ever tripped and fallen down a flight of stairs in a room full of people, had a romantic moment with their significant other that was ruined by horrendous gas, or taken a Halloween photo without realizing there was a huge chunk of chocolate-covered strawberry in their teeth. Here is the real, imperfect Danielle, who knows that a good sense of humor and a positive attitude makes life so much more enjoyable"--Amazon.com.… (more)

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