Admittedly, it gets five stars because I'm a huge fan of Russell Brand. Honestly, it's still worth five stars and I wouldn't rate it any other way.This book was highly intelligent, witty, honest, funny, touching, and all-around an enjoyable read. I don't read too many memoirs/autobiographies very often, and I can say this has been one of the best. The writing itself was stylish and eccentric. Brand is a genius.He's really done a lot of things in just his short life so far. But that's what makes him so amazing- he admits to every last mistake, not with shame, but with a kind of acceptance of it. And he's opened his eyes to the world to change and better himself. Kudos.I'll definitely be picking up my copy of "My Booky Wook 2" soon.