Rosie O'Donnell's memoir, Celebrity Detox: The Fame Game is a "train wreck," and full of "self-help psychobabble" writes Jocelyn McClurg of USA Today. But it also manages to be "fascinating and brutally honest." During the Donald Trump incident last season, Rosie told her mentor Barbara Walters, "I have been a good, loyal daughter to you. And I want you to be a good mother to me. Don't let the bad man hurt me." Interesting, since, according to McClurg, Rosie's book recounts a "fuzzy recollection" of a man climbing in through her window as a child to molest her — until her mother cut down the tree. The book boasts lots of other personal stuff, including bowel habits, bath time with the kids and the "insemination" of her partner, Kelli. [USA Today]