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“Itâ€s already stirring up so much drama Iâ€m considering asking it to be a New York

housewife next season… This book is hot― –Andy Cohen 'My biggest regret was ever sitting

down with [Ramin].' –Rosie O'Donnell'Thatâ€s something her colleagues who also

participated could probably agree on.' –Minneapolis Star-Tribune'I'll be very honest: I read it and

I immediately started praying.' –Elizabeth Hasselbeck 'Juicy and revealing.' –Orlando Sentinel

'A bombshell.' –Inside Edition'This book is very juicy.' –Page Six TV'Talk about a tell-all!

Itâ€s full of juicy inside information.' –US Weekly'A lot of juicy stuff in here.' –CNN New

Day'The hottest book on the market.' –E! News Daily Pop'This book's blowing peoples' minds.'

–ET'It's one of the best page turners I've ever read.' –Jillian Barberie'A veritable Spill-the-Tea

Party. With interviews from nearly everyone involved in the 22-year-old series, including a

gloriously candid Rosie Oâ€Donnell, it is dishy in the way entertainment reporting frankly never

is anymore. Come for the stories of cattiness, All About Eve machinations, and behind-the-scenes

blow-ups, but stay for the sharp distillation of why this talk show completely changed television as

we know it. The View is responsible for the very conflagration of news and opinion that today

defines media and gives us all us three to five rage strokes per week.' –Daily Beast'And you

thought the The View could get crazy on-screen (Joy Behar and Meghan McCain, weâ€re

looking at you). This pull-back-the-curtain story of almost two decades of the groundbreaking talk

show delivers. This is everything a behind-the-scenes book should be―dishy, surprising, and

written with the unprecedented help of those who lived it.' –Booklist'Terrifically fun to read.

Setoodeh has been reporting on the show for years, and he knows everyone. The book is studded

with juicy little scoops, including firing stories, backstage drama (wait for the story about Walters,

Jenny McCarthy, and the tampon), and details about Star Jones†freebie-laden wedding.'

–Slate'By comparison, Trump's White House is far more functional.' –Toronto Star“With a

random array of hosts and plenty of drama to go around, Setoodeh manages to peel back the

composed facade of what viewers see on their screens in order to focus on raw feelings and

teetering emotions of those closely involved with 'The View.' ''Ladies Who Punch' is an exciting

read that proves there's always a little soap opera even if a show presents itself as hard news.―

–Associated Press'Jenny McCarthy reached out to Ramin to tell him the book is 'fair and honest.'

But when you write a book like this, not everyone's going to love it, but with all the juicy info, he's

got a bestseller on his hands for sure.' –Daily Mail TV Read more RAMIN SETOODEH, an

award-winning journalist, is the New York bureau chief for Variety. He was formerly a senior writer


at Newsweek and has also written for The Wall Street Journal,

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