This early review book that I got chosen to read seemed to be written solely to gossip about the Read Housewives series of shows produced and aired by Bravo Network. Andy Cohen is the executive producer of many of these shows and has some sort of staring role in part of the shows. Although I have seen teasers for them on Bravo (probably while watching re-runs of the West Wing) I have never watched any of them or been interested in any of them.
The first 3/4 of the book is about Andy's coming of age in real life and in the television industry. Most of the book is funny and heartwarming. He came of age in the 80's, about the same time I did, and he also came out at that time. His memoir concerning these early years and his rise through the ranks and his coming to understand his sexuality was really quite moving and powerful. I have a close friend from this time who I imagine was also thinking and going through some of the same things as he came out. I loved it. I laughed aloud many times. I really felt a kinship with Mr Cohen.
Of course, as you might imagine, the last couple of chapters, all about shows that I have never seen (nor do I want to after reading this) was not very interesting to me at all. It might be to you if you watch them yourself or have seen Mr Cohen on a late night show he emcees. I do recommend it, mostly for the for first parts of the book in which he grapples with his own life and how he plans to live it.