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Lance Bass tells all about his life, his music, and his sexuality in this candid, compelling memoir. At sixteen, Lance Bass received a phone call from Justin Timberlake that would change his life forever. Soon after, he left his small-town home in Clinton, Mississippi, to join an emerging musical group called *NSYNC. Two years later *NSYNC was inspiring Beatles-esque mania Lance Bass tells all about his life, his music, and his sexuality in this candid, compelling memoir. At sixteen, Lance Bass received a phone call from Justin Timberlake that would change his life forever. Soon after, he left his small-town home in Clinton, Mississippi, to join an emerging musical group called *NSYNC. Two years later *NSYNC was inspiring Beatles-esque mania around the world, becoming the face of the new MTV generation, and earning the all-time record for most album sales in a single day (more than one million) and in a single week for No Strings Attached. He's remained in the spotlight ever since, and here he talks in depth for the first time about his childhood, his astonishing experiences as a young man and Christian growing up in one of the biggest bands in the world, his shock and frustration at the band's eventual dissolution, and his subsequent career, including his six months in Russia, training to become a cosmonaut. He also frankly discusses life as a gay man -- his first same-sex relationship at twenty-one, his struggle to keep his sexuality hidden from *NSYNC's fans in case it jeopardized the band's success, and the true circumstances that led to his decision to publicly come out at the age of twenty-seven. Full of fascinating behind-the-scenes lore and revealing insights from a pop star who, until now, has been notoriously private, Out of Sync is the book that millions of fans have been waiting for. About the Author LANCE BASS is the ultimate multi-hyphenate: singer-actor-producer-writer-entrepreneur-philanthropist. As a member of *NSYNC, Lance won a number of honors, including a People's Choice Award, an American Music Award, an MTV Video Music Award, a Kids' Choice Award, and a host of Grammy nominations. Lance was inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame, making him the youngest person ever to receive this honor. He is currently Youth Spokesperson for World Space Week and remains active in various charitable organizations, including the Lance Bass Foundation, created to meet the health and educational needs of children. Lance lives in Los Angeles.


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Lance Bass tells all about his life, his music, and his sexuality in this candid, compelling memoir. At sixteen, Lance Bass received a phone call from Justin Timberlake that would change his life forever. Soon after, he left his small-town home in Clinton, Mississippi, to join an emerging musical group called *NSYNC. Two years later *NSYNC was inspiring Beatles-esque mania Lance Bass tells all about his life, his music, and his sexuality in this candid, compelling memoir. At sixteen, Lance Bass received a phone call from Justin Timberlake that would change his life forever. Soon after, he left his small-town home in Clinton, Mississippi, to join an emerging musical group called *NSYNC. Two years later *NSYNC was inspiring Beatles-esque mania around the world, becoming the face of the new MTV generation, and earning the all-time record for most album sales in a single day (more than one million) and in a single week for No Strings Attached. He's remained in the spotlight ever since, and here he talks in depth for the first time about his childhood, his astonishing experiences as a young man and Christian growing up in one of the biggest bands in the world, his shock and frustration at the band's eventual dissolution, and his subsequent career, including his six months in Russia, training to become a cosmonaut. He also frankly discusses life as a gay man -- his first same-sex relationship at twenty-one, his struggle to keep his sexuality hidden from *NSYNC's fans in case it jeopardized the band's success, and the true circumstances that led to his decision to publicly come out at the age of twenty-seven. Full of fascinating behind-the-scenes lore and revealing insights from a pop star who, until now, has been notoriously private, Out of Sync is the book that millions of fans have been waiting for. About the Author LANCE BASS is the ultimate multi-hyphenate: singer-actor-producer-writer-entrepreneur-philanthropist. As a member of *NSYNC, Lance won a number of honors, including a People's Choice Award, an American Music Award, an MTV Video Music Award, a Kids' Choice Award, and a host of Grammy nominations. Lance was inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame, making him the youngest person ever to receive this honor. He is currently Youth Spokesperson for World Space Week and remains active in various charitable organizations, including the Lance Bass Foundation, created to meet the health and educational needs of children. Lance lives in Los Angeles.

30 review for Out of Sync: A Memoir

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    I will not lie, I adored this book. I wonder if it was written like John Barrowman's - his words transcribed and edited into format. Because this was not well enough written to be completely done by a ghost writer, but not badly enough done to just be Lance. *g* It wasn't nearly as dishy as all of his promo interviews have been, which is sad. And it didn't really give that much new info. I do wonder at what has been cut or was never put in. It was nice having some fan ideas confirmed (JC was the I will not lie, I adored this book. I wonder if it was written like John Barrowman's - his words transcribed and edited into format. Because this was not well enough written to be completely done by a ghost writer, but not badly enough done to just be Lance. *g* It wasn't nearly as dishy as all of his promo interviews have been, which is sad. And it didn't really give that much new info. I do wonder at what has been cut or was never put in. It was nice having some fan ideas confirmed (JC was the most mature, Joey really does love porn, Jesse was so not just his "live-in personal assistant" but instead his very hot boyfriend, etc). However, Freddy (despite being in the list of thank yous along with Jesse) was completely cut out of Russia, when we know he was there. Being Lance's "bodyguard." Where he wrote here that he didn't need one. C'mon, Lance! (Not to mention, he met Jesse before Russia? Seriously? It was all Freddy then in pics.) The timelines were definitely wonky. I suck at dates, and never really paid much attention to their chronology, but I do absolutely know that JC's album came out in Feb 2004, because I was working with C. Therefore, Lance's assertion that Justin broke up the band and JC decided to go solo in August 2004 is wildly not true. Unless he decided that going solo was a good idea 6 months after releasing the album and doing several months of touring, of course. Honestly, even the 2003 that I'm sure it actually was is pretty short for JC to be deciding to go solo, but at least plausible. So I'm sure a lot of other dates are wrong, too. I'm still trying to figure out who Joe was, when they dated, and why I don't remember seeing pictures of a new personal assistant! ;) Anyway, it was still a lot of fun, total blast from the past, and makes me miss the group and all the fun Kate and I had with them in college. I wonder where my CDs are....

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Wylder

    I learned from this book that there's no limit to the number of times an author can use the word "amazing" in a single volume.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    I KNOW SO MUCH ABOUT COSMONAUTS NOW.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Looker

    Yes. I did, indeed, read this "book". And yes, it is, in fact, as bad as you thought it would be...and then some. Here I thought I'd be getting a juicy, in depth, secret look into the life of Lance, and his fellow NSYNCers, complete with all of the gossip and behind-the-scenes looks at their strange "brotherhood", and all I got was a high school essay on Lance's life story. I felt like the details revealed were on the surface of the surface level. There wasn't one piece of dirt in there that we Yes. I did, indeed, read this "book". And yes, it is, in fact, as bad as you thought it would be...and then some. Here I thought I'd be getting a juicy, in depth, secret look into the life of Lance, and his fellow NSYNCers, complete with all of the gossip and behind-the-scenes looks at their strange "brotherhood", and all I got was a high school essay on Lance's life story. I felt like the details revealed were on the surface of the surface level. There wasn't one piece of dirt in there that we didn't already know as a public. Not only that, but what he did reiterate was so poorly and childishly written that I had to stop myself from taking a red pen to the whole thing. Good Lord! Did no one edit this book before it was published? The writing was so fluffy I had to choke it all down. I forced myself to finish it in a weekend only because I waited so long for it to come through at the library. So sad.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amantha

    I don't know how to rate this. I bought it because it was a dirt cheap hilarious find on a quest to Powell's, but it's...not well written. At all. It reads like a late-teenage girl's inner monologue. I will not remember anything about this book in a month. But on the other hand, it sure was a throwback to my preteen years so that was cool. I always did prefer NSYNC to BSB (but tbh I thought 98* had better songs). Anyway. 4 stars for the quadruple entendre title lol.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Levenson

    I would probably give it 2 stars, but I’m such a huge *NSYNC fan that it’s probably skewing my rating to 3. The writing is not great and it seems like he just rambled into a tape recorder and typed it out verbatim. There is a lack of detail in this book too and I learned very little about the inner workings of the band. But overall, I did enjoy reading this book because I honestly enjoy anything relating to *NSYNC.

  7. 5 out of 5

    life's a fairy tale

    So its hard to rate this book because I'm a huge *NSYNC fan. So the actual book.... I thought time wise it was ALL over the place. I guess being such a big fan I was surprised to discover how much I actually already knew. In fact, not much of the book was new information. There were a number of parts that could have gotten so juicy but just stopped as if to not reveal any "good" information. This book left me sad. I feel like they abandoned their fans and the entire group ended up being a sham fo So its hard to rate this book because I'm a huge *NSYNC fan. So the actual book.... I thought time wise it was ALL over the place. I guess being such a big fan I was surprised to discover how much I actually already knew. In fact, not much of the book was new information. There were a number of parts that could have gotten so juicy but just stopped as if to not reveal any "good" information. This book left me sad. I feel like they abandoned their fans and the entire group ended up being a sham for solo stardom. I mean, what's the big deal in having a solo career AND be in a world famous, amazing group?! I'm looking at you Justin. And seriously, you really had to lead everyone on after Celebrity for that long only to not have the balls to tell them yourself that you were leaving?! While I obviously hold an unhealthy love for you, my level of respect dropped slightly. Vent over. This book takes you on the long and hard journey of *NSYNC as they rise to the top....and when they finally achieve huge success the book just ends, leaving fans wanting more...which similarly, is exactly what the group did. I've always had high hopes and dreams that the group will put their egos aside and reunite... as a fan, I will forever be wishing that ...(with full awareness that I will be let down).

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I really liked this book. It felt very real and honest and kind of makes me want to start living life. And its short so he gets right to the point. Talks about his childhood and how he started singing and how he joined NSYNC and all about the crazy fans and atempting his childhood dream of going into space and what if felt like to be gay while in a super popular boy band. He seems like a really nice guy. And he seems devoted to his fans and was heartbroken when NSYNC split up (it was Justin's fa I really liked this book. It felt very real and honest and kind of makes me want to start living life. And its short so he gets right to the point. Talks about his childhood and how he started singing and how he joined NSYNC and all about the crazy fans and atempting his childhood dream of going into space and what if felt like to be gay while in a super popular boy band. He seems like a really nice guy. And he seems devoted to his fans and was heartbroken when NSYNC split up (it was Justin's fault). A good read for any NSYNC or Lance fan.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    my two favorite passages: "That truth penetrated my soul like a razor-sharp blade slicing directly through my heart." and "...how we had been as fast and high-flying as the luxury jet I was on before we had, at the peak of our success, crashed head-on into the side of a career-stopping mountain called solo stardom." gold, basstronaut, gold!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shannan

    Terrible writing, but who cares? It was a fun inside perspective on the rise and fall of my most loved Boy Band ever.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jaclyn

    Candid and entertaining.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lea

    Maybe it was the fact that the book was maybe 196 pages, or maybe it was the fact that the book felt like a coloring book (the texture of the pages was weird), but I was immediately thrown off by this book. I wasn't expecting a memoir to be so short, especially from someone who was in a number one selling band in the world, selling out stadiums, and breaking album release records, all the while hiding his true identity. Granted, I read it in 2017, 10 years after the book came out, and in a more op Maybe it was the fact that the book was maybe 196 pages, or maybe it was the fact that the book felt like a coloring book (the texture of the pages was weird), but I was immediately thrown off by this book. I wasn't expecting a memoir to be so short, especially from someone who was in a number one selling band in the world, selling out stadiums, and breaking album release records, all the while hiding his true identity. Granted, I read it in 2017, 10 years after the book came out, and in a more open minded world where coming out isn't as "shocking" as maybe it was in 2007, but I still felt that the book was super short and written in a very basic reading level style. Having read Anna Kendrick's Scrappy Little Nobody before this, it felt like reading a children's book at times. I was curious to read it as I had been an *NSync fan, and have recently been reading celebrity memoirs/books. I had to keep reminding myself that Lance was 28 when the book came out, and maybe, as others have pointed out, it was too early in his life to be releasing a memoir. For something light, I would recommend this book. For a little more information that a Google search, I would recommend this book. But if you're looking for something with substance, I wouldn't recommend this book. Oh, and if you want to know more about becoming a Russian Cosmonaut, for a whole chapter, I would recommend this book. Otherwise, skip it and just head to Wikipedia.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    I was a teenager when *NSYNC was really big and I know a lot of their music. I was never really invested in the band, though, and didn't know much about them before reading this book. That being said, I really enjoyed getting to peek behind the curtain and to learn more about Lance Bass. It must have been quite difficult to grow up as a gay man first in a conservative rural area of the US during the 80s and then while being in a very successful boyband catering to teenage girls. I think it is sad I was a teenager when *NSYNC was really big and I know a lot of their music. I was never really invested in the band, though, and didn't know much about them before reading this book. That being said, I really enjoyed getting to peek behind the curtain and to learn more about Lance Bass. It must have been quite difficult to grow up as a gay man first in a conservative rural area of the US during the 80s and then while being in a very successful boyband catering to teenage girls. I think it is sad that it took so long for Lance to be able to live and love as he wanted to and I am so happy that things worked out for him in the end. While I really liked this autobiography, it was pretty short and I felt like some more depth and detail would have been nice. Some parts were brushed over so quickly that I felt like I was missing important pieces of a puzzle. Wow, the management, PR and record label people sound mostly horrible, I am kind of shocked about some of the details. Overall, I would recommend this book, I am sure you would get even more out of it if you were a hard-core *NSYNC fan.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jody

    I was a massive fan of the pop craze back in the 90's. I had to Read this book directly after finishing Victoria Beckham's. I enjoyed this book. Lance was always the under rated member of *NSYNC. I was always more of a BSB fan, but there is always something about those members of the group who they tend to stick in the background to sway that intrigues me (Lance Bass, Kevin Richardson, Victoria Beckham, etc.). I think this book could have went into more depth. I feel like a lot of it was glazed ov I was a massive fan of the pop craze back in the 90's. I had to Read this book directly after finishing Victoria Beckham's. I enjoyed this book. Lance was always the under rated member of *NSYNC. I was always more of a BSB fan, but there is always something about those members of the group who they tend to stick in the background to sway that intrigues me (Lance Bass, Kevin Richardson, Victoria Beckham, etc.). I think this book could have went into more depth. I feel like a lot of it was glazed over (He doesn't even mention Danielle Fishel - C'Mon, "Boy Meets World" was everywhere back then and Danielle Fishel was in her prime, We all knew they were "dating" so why leave that out when he mentioned how he dated girls because it "looked" right?) Either way, if you were a fan of pop and want to get to know Lance a bit more than just the guy who has the nice smile in the background of the group, pick up this book! I'm glad I did.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Faye Weiner

    This book took me beach. Omg, did I love reading about *NSync. They were (and still are) my favorite musical group. I will never turn off the radio if they come on. A very simple, yet hard and fast rule I follow. The reason this book gets 4 stars was because I'm not the biggest fan of autobiographies: but it never stops me from reading them. I love diving into someone else's life. And this one felt more like a story as it was written in chronological order... But it is lacking a star because he's This book took me beach. Omg, did I love reading about *NSync. They were (and still are) my favorite musical group. I will never turn off the radio if they come on. A very simple, yet hard and fast rule I follow. The reason this book gets 4 stars was because I'm not the biggest fan of autobiographies: but it never stops me from reading them. I love diving into someone else's life. And this one felt more like a story as it was written in chronological order... But it is lacking a star because he's clearly not an author and the writing was a little "first draft" at times. But the behind the scenes to my favorite group...PRICELESS.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Katie Saesan

    A really quick and easy read- finished within 24 hours. It's not the most well-written of books, but the story of Lance's rise to popstar success, attempt to go to space, and his eventual coming out was engaging enough for this girl who basically peed her pants any time she saw/heard/thought about *NSYNC. If that was you, too, I'd recommend this if you haven't read it yet. Perhaps the fact that it took me so long to read this should take me down a notch on my megafan status, but give me a break. A really quick and easy read- finished within 24 hours. It's not the most well-written of books, but the story of Lance's rise to popstar success, attempt to go to space, and his eventual coming out was engaging enough for this girl who basically peed her pants any time she saw/heard/thought about *NSYNC. If that was you, too, I'd recommend this if you haven't read it yet. Perhaps the fact that it took me so long to read this should take me down a notch on my megafan status, but give me a break. *My* teen heart belonged to (and violently palpitated for) JT.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tuesday

    I'm a HUGE Nsync fan so was thrilled to get my hands on a copy of this finally through a used book dealer online. I don't know what I expected really; I actually found the whole book a bit flat, poorly written and I learned more about contracts than anything particularly about the band/their dynamics. Not sure if this is due to how old the book is and maybe he wasn't allowed to discuss certain things...? Either way, bit disappointed - JT remains my fav member.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Krystal

    Lance deserves nothing less than five stars. I’m sad I didn’t read this when it was originally released, but I was in college and barely surviving so I probably just wasn’t paying attention. 👏👏👏👏👏 It’s a definite blast from the past, and I did learn a few things I didn’t know before. Lance was always my favorite, and after all this time when a reunion doesn’t seem to be in the cards, that last chapter or two hit hard. GET THE BAND BACK TOGETHER.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Books, they're what's for dinner. This book felt a little rushed and sanitized--like things were glossed over and you got the highlights reel. Admittedly, any first memoir after JMS's wasn't going to compete, but this felt, in a way, like it only scratched the surface. I guess, given the subject, I shouldn't be surprised?

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alisha

    I just wanted to see what he had to say about Justin.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ro Ja

    It was a good read. I liked reading the little rid bits that you don't get from media. I wish he would have expanded more on himself, but I respect his privacy. 1

  22. 5 out of 5

    Josh

    I'm torn about this book. On the one hand, there were parts that were interesting such as the formation of this band and its battle with their handler, Lou Perlman. On the other hand, too much felt glossed over or written in a very superficial manner. Over the years I have heard Lance Bass described as a nice Southern gentleman. That may be a nice compliment, but it does not translate well into an autobiography. Bass provides no real depth into his struggles with his sexuality, his first sexual I'm torn about this book. On the one hand, there were parts that were interesting such as the formation of this band and its battle with their handler, Lou Perlman. On the other hand, too much felt glossed over or written in a very superficial manner. Over the years I have heard Lance Bass described as a nice Southern gentleman. That may be a nice compliment, but it does not translate well into an autobiography. Bass provides no real depth into his struggles with his sexuality, his first sexual experiences, or exactly what he told the other members of the group about his being gay. It's all rushed through with everything being hunky dory. You really don't get much insight into the guy, no real examination of his feelings. Everything is just nice. It's a short book and I read it in two days, which is a sign that at 28, Bass was way too young to really write an autobiography. He honestly hasn't lived a full life and been given the ability to reflect back honestly about what transpired in his life. May be when he is older, we will get a more truthful and honest book. Until then, this will have to suffice.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rochelle Medrano

    * -- This is my first time to read a memoir. Remembered back then that I was a fan of *NSYNC's songs but not a huge fan of the members (since internet wasn't invented yet) I wasn't also able to know them individually. Was amazed of Lance's story. Also inspired by the life he lived throughout his teenage years, by living his dreams until he grew up, by facing the crowd to be free from the sexuality pressure and by the love of his fans to him and his unending love to his fans, friends and family. * -- This is my first time to read a memoir. Remembered back then that I was a fan of *NSYNC's songs but not a huge fan of the members (since internet wasn't invented yet) I wasn't also able to know them individually. Was amazed of Lance's story. Also inspired by the life he lived throughout his teenage years, by living his dreams until he grew up, by facing the crowd to be free from the sexuality pressure and by the love of his fans to him and his unending love to his fans, friends and family. If I would be given a chance to meet him personally, I won't waste any minute being with him. He became a model to me, a symbol of courage I would ever perceived in Hollywood living, a kid once just living the life he always wanted to be (especially the life he had in Russia). Lance Bass, wherever you are right now, I salute you! Soon, we'll see each other, and I will thank you for the lessons you learned in life that you shared among us. You, I, and all the fans out there, will always pray with you, that in the future, *NSYNC will have the time once more, to create the next album that we're going to support. ;) (First long and from the heart 100% review haha!)

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Could have dug deeper This is the hardest two stars I've ever given a book. It wasn't bad... Not at all. I simply thought it could have delved deeper. I was (and still am) a fan of Lance and NSYNC. Maybe that was my problem. ;) I was the teenybopper girl that read every magazine article, went to every concert, and grew attached to every album. Reading this book years later as an adult, I was hoping to gain insight on Lance, the guy, that had consumed so much of my preteen focus, only to feel like Could have dug deeper This is the hardest two stars I've ever given a book. It wasn't bad... Not at all. I simply thought it could have delved deeper. I was (and still am) a fan of Lance and NSYNC. Maybe that was my problem. ;) I was the teenybopper girl that read every magazine article, went to every concert, and grew attached to every album. Reading this book years later as an adult, I was hoping to gain insight on Lance, the guy, that had consumed so much of my preteen focus, only to feel like I had read much of this story before (was I really *that* smitten as a kid?). Maybe his image wasn't far from the real thing. From this book, he still seems like the down to earth, sweet gentleman publicity painted him to be. I enjoyed the last few pages the most because it wasn't an account of events, but how he felt about them and about life. I would have enjoyed reading more of that.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Devin Tait

    While it was entertaining to read what went on behind the scenes during N*Sync's rapid rise to fame - even though I wasn't particularly a fan - I felt that many details were left out, and the pace of the book moved so fast that sometimes it felt like I was reading a summary rather than a novel. Especially disappointing was the lack of real details that Lance was willing to reveal about his personal life, giving only broad hints and changing people's names, etc. All in all, it felt too much like h While it was entertaining to read what went on behind the scenes during N*Sync's rapid rise to fame - even though I wasn't particularly a fan - I felt that many details were left out, and the pace of the book moved so fast that sometimes it felt like I was reading a summary rather than a novel. Especially disappointing was the lack of real details that Lance was willing to reveal about his personal life, giving only broad hints and changing people's names, etc. All in all, it felt too much like he was writing this only for his mother and other family members. However, I think his personality did come through at least a little bit, and it was a nice, quick read.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tiff

    I really wanted to hear Lance's story but the writing, even the introduction, was so poor that sometimes I wasn't sure I could finish it. I know that this was Lance's voice and his words but it really needed some polishing. If the timeline had been more clear and some of the awkward phrasing had been cleaned up (and the exclamation marks removed) the book would have been much better. Despite all of the issues with the writing and the disjointed way the story was told I did feel that I had a more I really wanted to hear Lance's story but the writing, even the introduction, was so poor that sometimes I wasn't sure I could finish it. I know that this was Lance's voice and his words but it really needed some polishing. If the timeline had been more clear and some of the awkward phrasing had been cleaned up (and the exclamation marks removed) the book would have been much better. Despite all of the issues with the writing and the disjointed way the story was told I did feel that I had a more clear, though still heavily edited, version of what the "real" story of Lance Bass and *NSYNC was.

  27. 4 out of 5

    lielabell

    I have gained a great deal of respect for Lance Bass after reading this book. He doesn't have a bad word to say about anybody... even people who certainly deserve it. Three stars because the book, while being a wonderful character study of Lance Bass, is not the best example of modern writing. It's an incredibly easy read though, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has and interest in Lance Bass, *NSYNC, or would like to spend a few hours enjoying a sunshine and roses approach to t I have gained a great deal of respect for Lance Bass after reading this book. He doesn't have a bad word to say about anybody... even people who certainly deserve it. Three stars because the book, while being a wonderful character study of Lance Bass, is not the best example of modern writing. It's an incredibly easy read though, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has and interest in Lance Bass, *NSYNC, or would like to spend a few hours enjoying a sunshine and roses approach to the world.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    It was inevitable that I would eventually pick up this book. I was (and still am) a big *NSYNC fan, and a bigger Lance fan. As much as I already knew, I was interested to hear everything from Lance's POV. Honestly, I was impressed with his honesty, and I was pleased to see that he didn't spill the beans on any of the other members of the band. That's not what this book was ever supposed to be about. Honestly, for a "memoir" written by a member of a "boy band", I thought that this was a great rea It was inevitable that I would eventually pick up this book. I was (and still am) a big *NSYNC fan, and a bigger Lance fan. As much as I already knew, I was interested to hear everything from Lance's POV. Honestly, I was impressed with his honesty, and I was pleased to see that he didn't spill the beans on any of the other members of the band. That's not what this book was ever supposed to be about. Honestly, for a "memoir" written by a member of a "boy band", I thought that this was a great read - IF you like *NSYNC.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amy Mikaelson

    I bought this book being a long time *NSYNC fan and while Lance wasn't my favorite, I was actually lucky enough to get a signed copy and meet him at a signing in LA. He was really nice and sweet! And the book really opened my eyes to the things he was going through this whole time as a gay male. I had no idea but I can totally see why he and Joey are so close, being that he was the member of the group who was right there by his side from the very beginning and non-judgmental. If you really want I bought this book being a long time *NSYNC fan and while Lance wasn't my favorite, I was actually lucky enough to get a signed copy and meet him at a signing in LA. He was really nice and sweet! And the book really opened my eyes to the things he was going through this whole time as a gay male. I had no idea but I can totally see why he and Joey are so close, being that he was the member of the group who was right there by his side from the very beginning and non-judgmental. If you really want to get to know the real Lance, read this book!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Auntkel

    If you like *nsync as much as i do you'll love this book. Lance acutally tells us quite a bit that happened in his personal life. What surprised me was how he was able to keep his homosexuality a secret from the other guys so long. Oh and by the way you guys Lance is a singer and a dancer not an author or an English major so if you expected it to be brilliantly written, im not surprised you were dissappointed.

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