RaveWall Street Journal\"She describes You’re on an Airplane as a series of monologues, and it is subtitled \'a self-mythologizing memoir\' ... \'Parker’s writing style is so just amazingly HER,\' Jill Schwartzman, Ms. Posey’s editor at Dutton, wrote in an email. \'As Parker herself said, all the stories are true!\' ... In her book, the actress finds her own ways to provoke.\
RaveThe Wall Street Journal\"Mr. Morton’s work has long been controversial, and his biographies of Tom Cruise and other celebrities have been challenged over their accuracy. Yet in Wallis in Love, he quashes some of the more salacious rumors about the duchess, including speculation that Edward was hooked by his future wife’s seductive powers.\
PositiveThe Wall Street Journal...a book about the love, friendship and intimacy between two middle-aged women that’s both ordinary and extraordinary. The author doesn’t shy away from subtle love scenes featuring the first lady ... The book attempts to depict a more intimate side of Ms. Roosevelt.