Miles to Go

Miles to Go - Miley Cyrus, Hilary Liftin When I noticed that the library of my city had a copy of this book I decided that I want to read it, just out of interest. I became quite familiar with Miley Cyrus while I lived in States. For a 10 months I lived in a same house with two little girls who basically worshipped Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus. I watched the show with them daily and LOVED IT! So funny, you don't have to think anything while watching it.I did not have a lot of expectations towads this book. I must say that I was pretty suprised from the outcome. I've never been the biggest fan on Miley Cyrus but reading this book really opened my eyes in some sense and I started to respect her more. She was only 12, if I remember right, when she got the part of Hannah Montana and in a short time came to be known in the whole world. I would have never been ready for something like that in age of 12. But she had a dream, something she knew she really wants to do more than anything and she did everything to achieve it. I always believed that she got famous only because of her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, but while reading this book I discovered that she actually did several auditions for the role of Hannah Montana and that her father was not involved in any way.In the this book Miley also discusses her first love to "prince charming" (I would guess this prince charming is Nick Jonas from Jonas Brothers). I liked the fact that she did not address this Prince Charming by his real name, she just tells what she felt towards him and why he was (and still is) such an important person to her. Miley also tells about the hell she went through in middle school and tells about her family in such a positive light. She really must love her family A LOT.After reading this book I understood that deep down, she is also a young girl who just wants to hang around with her family and friends. She does not feel ashamed for her faith to God, which I really feel respect for. I am not religious myself, sometimes I wish I could be, but I really respect people who are proud of their faith and beliefs. Miles to Go by Miley Cyrus is a great book about a ordinary girl who with a hard work achieves something she has been dreaming about since she was a little girl.