“Stunning. Basically anything and everything you’d ever want to know from the 31-year-old.” —InStyle
“Her latest work will motivate you physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally.”
“The book is part memoir, part self-help, and part diet-and-exercise guide. And all of it is very Khloe…self-deprecating, candid, sincere, and vulnerable.” —Refinery29
“A Body-Image Victory.” —The Frisky
One of NPR's BEST BOOKS OF 2016
Gloria Norris’s KooKooLand is a memoir written on the edge of a knife blade. Chilling, intensely moving, and darkly funny, it cuts to the heart and soul of a troubled American family, and announces the arrival of a startlingly original voice.
"An electrifying coming-of-age memoir about madness, murder, and a born storyteller's wild ride from a terrorized girlhood in nowheresville New Hampshire to life as a Hollywood producer and screenwriter." —O, The Oprah Magazine
"An intelligent and bracing memoir." —Kirkus
"A tumble through a tumultuous time, in which the heroine inexplicably, beautifully lands on her feet." —Booklist
Rajiv Surendra was filming Mean Girls, playing the beloved rapping mathlete Kevin Gnapoor, when a cameraman insisted he read Yann Martel's Life of Pi. So begins his "lovely and human" (Jenny Lawson, author of Furiously Happy) tale of obsessively pursuing a dream, overcoming failure, and finding meaning in life.
"Lovely and human. The tale of a man who began by following a story and ended up creating his own." — Jenny Lawson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Furiously Happy
"Insightful and inspirational." —Kirkus (starred review)
". . . Imaginative, diversion-full, and refreshingly green memoir about the surprises that living a creative life can offer." —Booklist
"A beautifully written journey of self-discovery, The Elephants In My Backyard is intimate, moving, hilarious and painful. This quirky memoir unfolds in a series of anecdotes—miniature gems—much like the intricate chalk designs that are one of Rajiv Surendra's many talents." — Anosh Irani, author of The Parcel