4.5 Quite Honest And Enjoyable. Dirtfish | 06/01/2013 | See all Dirtfish's reviews (475) Tulisa's autobiography is a decent read and just like the title it is honest. In fact it may be a little too honest as some of the revelations in the book do not cast Tulisa in the best light.Certainly some of the things Tulisa did as a younger girl she must surely now regret. But to her credit Tulisa never pretends or hides from those things and that makes her a very likeable character.Her story is also very inspiring. Tulisa enjoyed a normal working class childhood before becoming a troubled teenager. She could have easily slipped off into further trouble but chose instead to follow her dream of music.