Lisa Wilkinson's tell-all memoir It Wasn't Meant to be Like This hits the ...

Lisa Wilkinson's tell-all memoir It Wasn't Meant to be Like This hits the ...
Lisa Wilkinson's tell-all memoir It Wasn't Meant to be Like This hits the ...

Lisa Wilkinson's new book has hit a road bump, with prices slashed to rock bottom lows as the tell-all tome hits bargain bins at retailers Australia wide. 

The Project host's memoir, It Wasn't Meant to be Like, has been dramatically discounted at major stores, with over 70 percent off at some outlets.  

Kmart Australia has the paperback version of the book on clearance for a measly $6, down from the recommended retail price of $24.

Ouch: Lisa Wilkinson's (pictured) new book has hit a road bump, with prices slashed to rock bottom lows as the tell-all tome hits bargain bins at retailers Australia wide. The Project host's memoir, It Wasn't Meant to be Like, has been dramatically discounted at major stores

 Ouch: Lisa Wilkinson's (pictured) new book has hit a road bump, with prices slashed to rock bottom lows as the tell-all tome hits bargain bins at retailers Australia wide. The Project host's memoir, It Wasn't Meant to be Like, has been dramatically discounted at major stores

Meanwhile Big W has a special online price for the hardback - it is down to just $12, which is 73 per cent off the retail price of $45. 

Amazon likewise has dropped the price to $12, while Booktopia has the book for $36. Only Dymocks has stuck to the $45 price for the hardcover. 

On Booktopia, users have left less than glowing reviews for the memoir, with some calling it 'uninteresting'. 

Cheap: Kmart Australia has the paperback version of the book on clearance for a measly $6, down from the recommended retail price of $24

Cheap: Kmart Australia has the paperback version of the book on clearance for a measly $6, down from the recommended retail price of $24

Everything must go! Meanwhile Big W has a special online price for the hardback - it is down to just $12, which is 73 per cent off the retail price of $45

Everything must go! Meanwhile Big W has a special online price for the hardback - it is down to just $12, which is 73 per cent off the retail price of $45

Marked down: Amazon likewise has dropped the price to $12, while Booktopia has the book for $36. Only Dymocks has stuck to the $45 price for the hardcover

Marked down: Amazon likewise has dropped the price to $12, while Booktopia has the book for $36. Only Dymocks has stuck to the $45 price for the hardcover

'Pretty average read and given the stories in the newspaper, you read it thinking everything is fiction. I notice it can now be bought for $24, wish I hadn't paid full price' one review read.  

'I think Lisa is a bit tone deaf and confuses her privileged life with the struggles of ordinary women,' another reader said.

'Her pay gap issue is likely more complicated than she presents. She seems rather self absorbed and the book was fairly superficial and not an interesting read'. 

Dull? On Booktopia, users have left less than glowing reviews, with some calling the memoir 'uninteresting'. 'It can now be bought for $24, wish I hadn't paid full price' one review read

Dull? On Booktopia, users have left less than glowing reviews, with some calling the memoir 'uninteresting'. 'It can now be bought for $24, wish I hadn't paid full price' one review read

A third review however came from a satisfied customer, who said: 'I really loved this book. I never realised how much Lisa had done in her life.'

It comes afer Lisa kicked off her national book tour in Adelaide on Wednesday.

It's been reported that Lisa wants 'payback' on the press for fact-checking her tell-all book, according to The Australian

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